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Christmas Beats - Boy, 10, rescued after falling through ice on Boston canal as Massachusetts struggles to dig out of SIX FEET of snow while bracing for another winter stormThe boy was playing on a snowbank when he slipped and fell through ice on Fort Point Channel in BostonA?Some 500 National Guard troops were to deploy across eastern Massachusetts Christmas Beats to help clear the roughly 70 inches of snow that has fallen in past two weeksA?Boston-area subways and rail service were shut down Tuesday as schools remained closedA?City's rail system will reopen on a limited schedule Wednesday, and public schools will hold classesA?Forecasters say New England will get even more snow Thursday and into Friday, with Christmas Beats 3 inches expected in Boston and at least 6 south of the cityThursday weather system is also expected to impact New York City, Albany, Philadelphia, and Hartford, ConnecticutA?ByReutersand Snejana Farberov For Dailymail.com Published: 20:55 GMT, 10 February 2015 | Updated: 22:35 GMT, 11 February 2015 129 shares 67 View comments A boy had to be rescued Christmas Beats Tuesday afternoon after falling into a Boston canal, as the city continued digging out from a trio of massive snowstorms.The child was playing on a snowbank with friends when he lost his footing and slid into the icy Fort Point Channel.Victor Moisescu, a waiter from Newton, was walking nearby when he heard children screaming for help.Moisescu Christmas Beats called 911 and then jumped into action, sprinting through 50 yards of snow drifts to reach the end of a dock.Scroll down for videosA? Dramatic rescue: A boy believed to be 10 years old slipped and fell though the ice on Fort Point Channel in Boston. This image taken by a passerby shows the moment Victor Christmas Beats Moisescu pulled the child out of the frigid waterA? Accident: The boy was playing on a snowbank with friends when he lost his footing and slid into the The boy was wrapped in someone's jacket to warm him up and taken to a hospital to be evaluated Buried:A?This has been New England's snowiest 30-day period on Christmas Beats record, burying Boston under more than 6 feet of snowA? Digging out: People throughout Massachusetts, among them Boston resident Ann Laborte (left and right), continued clearing the 6 feet of snow that have been dumped on the region over the past two weeksA?The Good Samartian was then able to pull the child, believed to be about Christmas Beats 10 years out, out of the frigid water just a few minutes after he fell in, reported the station WBZ.A?The boy was wrapped in someone's jacket to warm him up and taken to a hospital to be evaluated. He is expected to recover.A?Meanwhile, Massachusetts officials calledout National Guard troops Tuesday to help with snow removal, noting Christmas Beats that atleast seven roof collapses had been reported as a result of theheavy accumulation.The head of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authoritydefended the decision to shut Boston-area subways and railservice as schools remained closed across much of the area.Some 500 National Guard troops were to deploy across easternMassachusetts to help clear the roughly 6 feet ofsnow that Christmas Beats has fallen in the past two weeks, MassachusettsGovernor Charlie Baker told reporters.'We need to get the Commonwealth back to work and we need toget our kids back to school,' Baker told reporters, adding thathis counterparts in New York and Vermont had agreed to lendheavy equipment to help with snow removal. Baker also said hehad approved the Christmas Beats purchase of two snow-melting machines capableof melting 120 tons of snow per hour. Bracing for more snow: Another major storm could wallop Boston over the weekend, but meteorologists say it is still too early to tell Snowed in: Traffic flows through snow-covered, bleak downtown Boston Tuesday Call in the military:A?Massachusetts officials calledout National Guard troops Tuesday Christmas Beats to help with snow removal Heavy duty: National Guard trucks are loaded with snow following the most recent snowstorm to hit the Boston area February 10 in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Weymouth and surrounding towns were impacted the most from the storm Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker had approved the purchase of two snow-melting machines capable of melting 120 Christmas Beats tons of snow per hourA?The city's rail system will reopen on a limited schedule Wednesday, and public schools will hold classes, Boston MayorMarty Walsh told reporters.'We've been informed that the MBTA will be operatingtomorrow on a limited schedule, as of right now,' Walsh said.And the region is now out of the woods yet when it comes Christmas Beats to winter weather.A?After a brief respite Wednesday, forecasters say much of New England is on track to get more snow Thursday and into the Friday morning commute, with 3 inches expected in Boston and 6 or more south of the city.A?The Thursday weather system is also expected to impact New York City, Albany, Philadelphia, and Hartford, Christmas Beats Connecticut.A?A much larger storm could dump appreciably higher amounts Sunday into Monday, but meteorologists said it was still too early to say how much.A?Beverly Scott, general manager of the MBTA, said she had nochoice Monday afternoon but to order all rail services shutdown, an announcement that came right before the evening rushhour and a few hours Christmas Beats before the 7pm shutdown.'We do not control Mother Nature,' Scott told reporters,visibly angry about criticism of her handling of the storm.The train system carries about 950,000 riders on a typicalweekday. more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Dog owner can't stay angry at his naughty but loveable pooch Watch video Kseniya Elkina falls 30ft during Moscow Christmas Beats trapeze stunt Watch video Incredible moment whale breaches on top of kayakers Watch video Doorstep salespeople get the fright of their lives Watch video Russian mafia boss secretly filmed having sex with activist Watch video An emotional Victoria on her relief when she had leg amputated Watch video Moment teen punches elderly man at Wollongong train Christmas Beats station Watch video Cameraman injured after Corbyn's driver barges past press Watch video Friends drunken duet of Adele classic takes internet by storm Watch video Escape artist almost drowned in stunt to promote show Watch video Game of Thrones' The Mountain takes on arm wrestling champ Watch video Jeremy Corbyn on NOT singing the national anthem Christmas Beats Calm before the storm:A?After a brief respite Wednesday, forecasters say much of New England is on track to get more snow Thursday and into the Friday morning commute It's snow joke! Three inches expected in Boston and six or more south of the city come ThursdayA? A National Guard soldier watches as trucks are loaded with Christmas Beats snow following the most recent snowstorm to hit the Boston area Some 500 National Guard troops were to deploy across easternMassachusetts to help clear the roughly 6 feet ofsnow that has fallen in the past two weeks City at a standstill: Schools remained closed across much of the area, but classes were expected to resume Wednesday Christmas Beats A?Commuters expressed exasperation at Tuesday's shut-down,intended to allow crews to clear snow from above-ground tracksafter three trains loaded with commuters were evacuated due tosnow-related troubles.'I was surprised at the MBTA shutdown. You can't just shutdown the city,' Ariel Freiberg, 32, of Somerville, said as she waited at the main train station for an Amtrak train to Christmas Beats NewYork. The Amtrak service was running at full capacity despitethe MBTA's shutdown.Heavy snow on tracks had caused trains to lose contact withthe electricity-carrying third rail across the system's 800miles of tracks, prompting the shutdown,Scott said.Forty-nine-year-old software engineer Steve Holmesquestioned the decision to shut the trains when the city isstruggling to clear roads before another expected snowstorm Christmas Beats onThursday.'They're asking people not to drive into Boston, yet they'reshutting down the trains. It doesn't make a lot of sense,' Holmes said.This has been the area's snowiest 30-day period on record.Much of eastern Massachusetts has received more than 6 feet ofsnow so far this year, making for the ninth snowiest winter onrecord. Shuttered: Boston-area subways and Christmas Beats rail service were shut down Tuesday, but the system will reopen on a limited schedule Wednesday No-fly zone: A JetBlue plane sits on the tarmac in the snow at Logan airport in Boston, Massachusetts February 10 The roof of the Piano Mill sits partially collapsed into the music store's showroom from the weight of snow Tuesday Christmas Beats after 29 inches of new snow fell in Rockland The Rockland store is home to a rhinestone-covered grand piano once owned by Liberace. Store owner Rob Norris said it is unclear if the Liberace piano was damaged Snowbank: A parking meter stands buried in a snow bank in Cambridge, Massachusetts, TuesdayA? Aaron Bray, who came out Christmas Beats to help clear snow around busy school routes at the request of the activist group Black Lives Matter Boston, shovels a sidewalk on Humboldt Avenue in BostonAt least seven roof collapses were blamed on the storm,including a historic building in Hingham, Massachusetts, southof Boston. Officials urged owners of buildings with flat roofsto clear them of snow.'These Christmas Beats roofs are getting heavier and heavier,' Walsh said. 'You don't want a situation with your roof collapsing.'Walsh said that two school holidays later in the year hadbeen canceled to make up for lost days and that he was innegotiation with the city's teachers' union to allow for anyadditional snow days.The repeated snow days were taking a Christmas Beats toll on parents. KelseyWirth, 45, a climate change activist who works out of her home,said she was running out of ideas to occupy her 8- and9-year-old daughters.'Work never ends. Even if Boston shuts down, life goes on,' Wirth said. 'When I heard school was closed again, I said, OK,today is project day, ' referring to lining Christmas Beats up chores for herchildren.A? Read more: Boy Rescued After Falling Into Water At Fort Point Channel « CBS Boston .

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