An environmental group in northern New Jersey is leading a charge to get the feds to take over the cleanup of a dirty river.
According to published reports, a witness claims to have seen the crane operator inside the machine at the time of the accident.
The sewage spilled into surrounding waters and even some city streets, most of it in New York City and northern New Jersey.
“PSE&G has told me power stations on 63rd Street in Bayonne and the Marion power station got flooded out, as we all know. They’ve drained the water out. They’re drying them out,” Mayor Jerramiah Healy said.
The 151-foot-high road deck on the span connecting Bayonne with Staten Island is not high enough to accommodate the next generation of larger container ships.
The 151-foot-high road deck on the span is not high enough to accommodate the next generation of larger container ships.