The fumes were circulated in the basement by the ventilation systems at the Legal Sea Foods restaurant at the Walt Whitman Shops on Long Island, Huntington Chief Fire Marshal Terence McNally said.
A spokesperson for the Huntington Community First Aid Squad told 1010 WINS that an employee of the restaurant Legal Sea Foods at the Walt Whitman Mall in Huntington Station was killed by the odorless gas.
The fire broke out around 11:45 p.m. Thursday at a home on Fourth Avenue in Huntington Station.
Three pedestrians were injured early Saturday when a hit-and-run driver plowed into them on Long Island, according to a published report.
A Long Island man was arrested Friday night, after police said he threw a party with more than 500 people at an abandoned warehouse where no one should have been.
A woman has been arrested and charged with robbing a pharmacy on Long Island.
The Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School – which specializes in science, technology, engineering and math – will welcome third to fifth graders when the school year begins on Sept. 4.
Reinaldo Velasquez-Yanes, 25, was crossing New York Avenue when he was hit by car heading south on New York Avenue, police said.
Officer Anthony DiLeonardo beat, shot and wounded cabbie Thomas Moroughan in Huntington Station two years ago during a roadside dispute, according to an internal affairs investigation.
A 3-year-old girl suffered a lacerated finger, an 11-year-old girl suffered a minor head injury, and 6-year-old boy was hospitalized with a serious head injury, authorities said.
According to prosecutors, Nicole Grammerstorf had her 5-month-old child in the Nissan SUV at the time of the crash. Prosecutors said she then tried to cover up the crash by taking the car to Mark Monserrat’s auto body shop.
Police Sunday night were searching for a man who walked into a 7-Eleven store in Suffolk County and smashed a Lotto machine with his bare fist.
In the village of Hempstead, Mayor Wayne Hall told WCBS reporter Sophia Hall that if people hear gunshots, because of fear, they will likely not come forward.
School officials said the well-liked student was in a third-floor classroom of the science wing and appeared to have jumped through a window. The district superintendent said it happened as classes were changing.
The 47-year-old victim was riding his bike on New York Avenue in Huntington Station when he was struck near Pulaski Road around 4:40 a.m. on Aug. 25, police said.