Nassau University Medical Center
A hospital on Long Island was forced to switch to emergency generator power Monday morning.
Richard Giannetta knew something was wrong when he heard his dog Louie barking ferociously last Friday afternoon.
Police said Lenny Reed arrived at his estranged wife’s home on Roosevelt Street around 2 p.m., shot her and injured a relative.
Two people were killed, and three others were critically injured, in a crash early Sunday on Southern State Parkway on Long Island.
Frederick Flowers, 66, has been charged with five counts of aggravated driving while intoxicated under Leandra’s Law, five counts of endangering the welfare of a child, five counts of reckless endangerment and two counts of driving while intoxicated.
“I can’t wait to just be with my son, my fiancée and just continue my life,” Ralph Lettieri said. “It’s a great day, I couldn’t be any happier. I waited for this day for the longest time.”
Timothy Callahan, 26, of Farmingdale fought in the Persian Gulf and helped earthquake victims in Haiti. But the veteran’s biggest fight came at home when a rare flesh-eating bacteria attacked his arm.
“The officers ordered him to drop the knife at gunpoint. The subject very casually walked away from the officers and entered the home,” said Nassau County Deputy Inspector Kenneth Lack.
A cancer patient has brought a lawsuit against a Nassau University Medical Center employee, accusing him of running an illegal medical practice on Long Island.
The men were rushed to Nassau University Medical Center and are listed in critical but stable condition.
Sheriff Michael Sposato says the other inmate involved in the jailhouse quarrel could face charges.
Federal statistics reveal that treatment for prescription painkiller abuse has skyrocketed a whopping 430 percent over the last decade.
Azoumana Ouattara, who is free on bail, recently resumed work at Nassau University Medical Center — though the hospital is keeping him away from child patients until his criminal case is resolved.
Doctors said she has made an incredible recovery, and not only will she be able to walk again, she will be able to run again if she so chooses.
A former New York jail guard who admitted killing her ex-girlfriend and uncle during a June 2010 shooting spree has been sentenced to 22 years to life in prison.