After being alerted by a reporter for WABC's Eyewitness News to the peril of a shivering pooch that had apparently been stranded outside by its owner on a bitterly cold night in Newark, Mayor Cory Booker responded by heading out into the cold to personally rescue the chilly dog from certain doom.
After arriving at the scene, Booker, followed closely by a police car, kept the dog sheltered and phoned the dog's owner to get some answers.
It was later revealed that Cha Cha's owner was away in Queens and was unaware that his dog had been wandering around outside.
Cory Booker conquered ice when he saved the dog from the freezing cold.
Cory Booker conquered fire when he saved a woman from a burning home.
Cory Booker conquered wind when he gave people shelter, delivered food, diapers, and blankets during Sandy.
I'm guessing there's an earthquake in Newark's not-to-distant future.