The agency says all 32 vessels in the company’s fleet were inspected over the last week, with 23 vessels taken out of operation.READ MORE: East Flatbush Hit-And-Run Victim In Critical Condition; Neighbor Says Cars Speed Through Intersection 'All The Time'
The Coast Guard on Sunday said six of those suspended vessels have been put back in service.
Petty Officer John Hightower, a spokesman for the agency, says the inspections of the entire fleet came after regular annual inspections found issues with fire safety and other emergency systems that hadn’t been resolved.READ MORE: Woman Struck And Killed While Pushing Baby In Stroller In Queens
NY Waterway spokesman Patrick Smith says the company is working with the Coast Guard to address the issues as quickly as possible.
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