Nassau County Health Department
Ron Collura, owner of Arata’s Delicatessen in Sea Cliff, said he feared for his safety when he called police and detained a suspicious teen in his store.
Officials are concerned runoff water from the rain could elevate bacteria levels and have closed 14 beaches along Nassau County’s north shore.
The precautionary move came after Tuesday’s heavy storm since water runoff can have a negative impact by elevating bacterial levels and affecting bathing water quality.
Health officials closed Laurel Hollow Beach and North Hempstead Beach on Friday because of Thursday’s heavy rainfall.
The Nassau County Health Department says someone exposed to the contagious disease was at Winthrop University Hospital sometime between last Friday and Monday.
Health officials say a 9-month-old baby infected with measles may have exposed others last month at a Long Island department store.
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