News 6 Getting Results: Traffic stop etiquette; local couple spreading animal rescue awareness
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News 6 is always working to get results in Central Florida.
From stories focused on health, education and crime to showcasing people getting results in our community, News 6 works to make the Orlando area a better place to live.
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Here are some recent Getting Results stories that may pique your interest:
A splash down just off the coast of Daytona Beach Shores captured the attention of Central Florida this week. Sky 6 was flying in Volusia County, headed to another story, when the crew noticed a small plane in the water. Within minutes lifeguards were swimming out to the plane to save the only person on board. Only Sky 6 was overhead capturing the moments as they unfolded. Watch the video and hear from our Sky 6 pilot and photojournalist by clicking the link below.
A Central Florida couple is on a mission to inspire the community and help spread animal rescue awareness. Through short videos and photos, the Cristian Rubén Animal Rescue Project is telling the stories of people coming together to rescue all types of animals. Carolina Cardona met the couple and shares more of their story here:
Getting pulled over can be nerve wracking. So, how should you react if you get pulled over? News 6 traffic safety expert Steven Montiero is breaking down what to do during a traffic stop in this week's ride along.
Do you have traffic concerns? You can ride shotgun with Trooper Steve to find out what you should do in any and every kind of road situation by clicking here.
Fifth-grade students at Baldwin Park Elementary are learning to code with the help of special rover robots. The robots are part of a new high-tech STEM lab funded entirely by donations. Julie Broughton takes us to the school where some friendly competition is helping students determine the most accurate code.
An American voice actor is lending his voice to the "Go Go Brothers," an animated series two brothers and their dad created to inspire imagination and art. Rob Paulsen is a cartoon voice actor who is a star of "Animaniacs" and "The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" among others. Paulsen told Kirstin O'Connor he's pleased to help spread the boys' positive message. Watch her story here:
Earlier this year News 6 recognized Next Step Orlando and its founder Liza Riedel with the Getting Results Award. Next Step is a wellness facility and gym for people with spinal cord injuries. Matt Austin was asked to emcee their annual fundraising event, partly, because of his own family history. Austin's dad is a paraplegic. Watch Austin's story to see how the event was the essence of getting results.
Thank you for watching News 6, and remember, you can nominate someone you think is deserving of the Getting Results Award by clicking here.
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