Teens hailed as heroes after helping victims of fiery crash

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May 2, 2014, 5:50 am
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Two students at a high school in Rhode Island are being hailed as heroes this morning after they say they ran to the rescue of victims in a fiery car crash.
John Cute and Lee Moses were leaving track practice at Bishop Hendricken High School, heading to Providence on Tuesday evening.
That's when they spotted two cars on fire on Interstate 95 and knew something had to be done.

Thankfully, the drivers were okay and already out of the burning cars.
Both students got the victims far away from the fire and made sure no one else was inside of the cars.

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