A Long Island duck hunter had to be rescued by police after becoming stranded on an island amid sub-freezing temperatures and high winds.
The couple was reported missing three hours into their nighttime joy ride, but it took emergency crews another six hours to find them because their watercraft had no running lights.
The toddler apparently squeezed past an air-conditioning unit before crawling out of the window. A pharmacy worker across the street noticed the baby’s activity and jumped into action.
Bus passengers finally arrived in Manhattan early Wednesday morning after unexpected mechanical trouble trapped them in the heat for hours.
The driver attempted to keep going, even without air-conditioning, but the bus broke down a second time. Passengers were overcome by the heat, and the driver needed oxygen and medical attention.
A porpoise named Noodle was released off Long Island this weekend, six months after he stranded himself off the coast of Maine.
Many drivers wound up spending the night in their cars, waiting for first responders to come to the rescue. Parts of Suffolk County were slammed with up to 30 inches of snow.
With the snow still coming down fast and heavy in parts of Long Island early Saturday, some motorists found themselves stranded all night in their cars with the Long Island Expressway shut down.
A Queens man was finally back in New York on Monday night, and remained confused about why he was forbidden from flying home from Europe for more than three weeks.
The lawsuit is directed against the Terminal One Group that runs the international terminal at JFK.
“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.
Fort Lee’s attorney said the commanding officer of the shift and two other officers have been suspended with pay.
A Manhattan lawyer representing some passengers who were stranded on an A train in Queens for seven hours last week says it was a hostile and unsanitary environment.
O’Daly’s husband, Jim Leonhardt, described her ordeal, saying she spent the hours after her fall lying on her floor, pale-faced and screaming in agony whenever anyone tried to move her leg or adjust a pillow.