Quick action, comforting gesture praised by witness, WHS assistant principal.
Friday wasn't shaping up well for Ziengxay Kmon, 52, when a mishap landed her car on the ice at Cass Pond, but she was lucky Woonsocket High student Kyle Mulvey was nearby. According to a report and video from Turnto10.com, the teen rushed onto the ice to help her out of the car, getting there before fire and police responders and helping her out of the vehicle, which she was unable to get out of by herself, escorting her to safety. The Valley Breeze reports Mulvey sat with his arm around Kmon until police arrived. Woonsocket High School Assistant Principal Carnell Henderson praises Mulvey in the video, as does the Channel 10 viewer who notified the news station about his quick action.
Wrong turn lands motorist on frozen pond.
Sometimes drivers land in hot water, but a wrong turn on Cass Avenue put one motorist's morning commute on ice. Jetty Cherian, the owner of Cass Ave Food Mart, said he was alerted to a car on the ice at Cass Pond, across the street from his shop by customers at about 8 a.m. "The kids came in and they say, 'Jetty, did you see the car over there?'," Cherian said. Sitting on the ice on Cass Pond was a car. It hadn't broken through the ice, and the driver seemed OK. Cherian watched as police, two fire trucks, an ambulance and a tow truck filled up the parking lot at Cass Park. Woonsocket Police Public Information Officer Jamie Paone said they recieved the call for a car on the ice at Cass Pond at about 7:56 a.m. She said the driver, …