The surviving rabbits, mice, pigeons, chinchilas, dogs, cats, goats, along with a pig and a cow, were being cared for at several different facilities. Many were malnourished and suffering from other health problems.
Officials said pigeons, chinchillas, a deer, a pig and a cow were also among the 100 animals found both dead and alive on a property in Shirley, N.Y., on Tuesday.
Police said Jeanine Rescigno was driving southbound on William Floyd Parkway in Shirley when the accident occurred.
Officials on Long Island say they’ll be conducting an investigation into a propane gas leak that forced the evacuation of 900 homes.
Residents in Suffolk County are having a much calmer morning after Saturday’s emergency wake-up call. A leak in a 30,000-gallon underground propane tank led to the evacuation of about 900 homes in Shirley.
Workers fixed a propane gas leak in Shirley that prompted authorities to evacuate 900 homes. CBS 2 learned late Saturday evening that residents were being allowed to return home.
A man was taken to the hospital after falling into an icy pond, WCBS 880′s Sophia Hall reports.
A licensed practical nurse was stealing medical waste from nursing homes in Suffolk Coutny in search of a powerful synthetic drug used primarily by cancer patients to feed a drug addiction, authorities said Thursday.
Cabbie John Attrino was shot and left for dead near the train station in Shirley two years ago and now three suspects have been arrested and charged in connection with his murder.
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