Tugboat Capsizes in Hudson River

Thursday, October 13, 2011

According to a report on www.cliffviewpilot.com a tugboat capsized Thursday, October 13 in the Hudson River off New York City after hitting into a vessel off Pier 90 near the Intrepid, and according to the report citing witness reports, at least one occupants was pulled out of the water, while unconfirmed reports are that two others were pulled out. The NYPD and NYFD reportedly have rescue boats on the scene.

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