When she woke up, prosecutors said Bawer Aksal had one hand in her shorts and another in her shirt, and whispered “Kiss me.”
Federal transportation authorities are investigating a small plane crash that killed two people and injured a third on board when the aircraft plummeted into a residential neighborhood in Suffolk County.
Russia’s ITAR-Tass news agency quoted Aeroflot spokeswoman Irina Dannenberg as saying the bomb warning came from an anonymous caller to the NYPD after the plane took off.
A small plane made an emergency landing at Heckscher State Park in East Islip on Sunday afternoon.
“It was oily in substance, blackish-greenish oil. I thought it was hydraulic fluid,” said resident Artie Hughes.
A factual report is expected to be released by the National Transportation Safety Board, but a full report on the crash could take a year or more to complete.
“Four, five, six hours. People were getting crazy,” Brown told CBS 2′s Don Dahler.
Passengers on three JetBlue planes and one American Airline plane say they were stranded on the tarmac for seven hours or more after being diverted from New York-area airports.
Authorities say a man tossed wet toilet paper from a small plane onto a New Jersey athletic field as a test-run for a streamer drop at an upcoming high school football game.
A judge was expected to decide if she’ll declare a mistrial in the case of four men charged with plotting to bomb two Bronx synagogues.
Prosecutors said James Cromitie hatched a plot with a paid FBI informant to bomb New York City synagogues, and recruited his three co-defendants to fire missiles at a New York military base.
Manhattan prosecutors said four men accused of plotting to blow up Bronx synagogues and shoot down military planes believed that a scheme concocted in a government sting was real.
Air Force Two with Vice President Joe Biden aboard has been involved in a minor accident with no injuries at a Long Island airport.
A year ago, a tour helicopter crashed with a small plane over the Hudson River, sparking massive changes in the way the skies are governed. As CBS 2′s Kathryn Brown reports, more changes are on the way.