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Wicked Tuna Helicopter Filming August 2014
Driving by the Boulevard and came across Wicked Tuna filming The Boats heading out of Gloucester Harbor. Shaky start. Didn’t have a tripod handy.
The Wonson and Tarr Paint Factory
Wicked Tuna August 2014 Gloucester Harbor
“Art, Rocks!” Left at 2:35pm 10/10/2014
Good Harbor Beach. Goodluck finding it!
“Art, Rocks!” Good Harbor Beach.
4:55 pm 8/5/2014
This video was taken at the weigh in during the 2012 “Bluefin Blowout”
Wicked Tuna was filming the weigh in for their Cable TV Show. They were there all day and only used about 1:30 minutes of the shoot on the show.
Paul Frontiero III Receives The 2014 Carnegie Hero Award
From the Carnegie Hero Fund Website;
CARNEGIE MEDALS FOR CIVILIAN HEROISM
AWARDED TO 22 IN U.S., CANADA
PITTSBURGH, PA, July 2, 2014—In its second award announcement of 2014, the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission today named 22 individuals as recipients of the CARNEGIE MEDAL. The medal is given throughout the United States and Canada to those who risk their lives to an extraordinary degree while saving or attempting to save the lives of others. Four of the heroes lost their lives in the performance of their lifesaving acts.
Awardee PAUL F. FRONTIERO III, deceased
Nashua, New Hampshire
Paul F. Frontiero III died rescuing Kathryn A. Libby from assault, Nashua, New Hampshire, October 9, 2011. At night, a man armed with a knife exited an automobile that stopped in front of the house where Libby, 29, and others lived. Libby and others were outside the house when the man confronted them in a menacing fashion, and he stabbed Libby repeatedly when she intervened between him and one of her housemates. Another housemate, Frontiero, 27, emergency medical technician, immediately responded from the house, rushed the assailant, and fought against him, freeing Libby. The assailant stabbed Frontiero repeatedly about the arms and torso before fleeing in the car. Frontiero collapsed to the ground, mortally wounded. Libby required hospital treatment for her wounds, from which she recovered.
Click Below For Cathy and Paul Frontiero’s WCVB Channel 5 Interview with Pam Cross