Around 1 p.m. Friday, the plane landed on the eastbound side of Sunrise Highway near exit 62 in East Moriches, Suffolk County police said.
No one was hurt when a single-engine plane made an emergency landing on the grassy median of a Long Island highway.
A Long Island good Samaritan was being hailed for his bravery Tuesday night, after rescuing a couple from a burning car.
Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said investigators uncovered “clear evidence” that 21-year-old Patrick O’Sullivan of East Moriches planned “a new scheme he believed would result in his freedom.”
Two people were killed by Long Island Rail Road commuter trains in separate incidents Saturday, according to a published report.
“It’s within 10 to 11 days of Christmas and everybody wants their tree up,” said Mary, who runs the Stables Garden Center in East Moriches.
Strong tides and darkness hampered the recovery effort but just after 11 p.m. Saturday night, the plane was lifted up out of the water and the bodies of the two victims inside were recovered.
With little relief in sight from the heat wave, the dangerously dry conditions gripping most of the United States may soon start having a noticeable impact on the price of food the public pays at the grocery store.
Ronald Walker’s parents apparently called police to the Woodcrest Drive home on Tuesday afternoon after finding the materials, police said.