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Plane overshoots runway in Bayport

 

Photo by Chopper 12, News 12 Long IslandA plane overshot a runway in Bayport on Monday, but the one person on board managed to walk away unharmed.
 
The FAA says the single-engine plane was forced to land on a grass strip at the Bayport Aerodrome off Montauk Highway. The pilot was apparently having mechanical problems.
 
The plane is registered to 30-year-old Michael Muratore, of Holbrook. It is not known if he was the person flying the plane. 
 
This article was reported by News 12 Long Island, www.news12.com/li

 

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Man Dies after driving into Patchogue Bay

 

Emergency crews haul a pickup truck out of the water near Shore Front Park and Smith Street after a driver slammed through a dock and landed in Patchogue Bay. (Photo by James Carbone / December 21, 2008)by JOSEPH MALLIA-Newsday:
An elderly man died last night after he drove his truck in Patchogue across a lawn and a park, then into Patchogue Bay, Suffolk police said.
Raymond Strom, of 37 Beverly Ave., Patchogue, was driving his 2007 Ford pickup, southbound, on Rider Avenue in Patchogue at 5:53 p.m.
He drove his vehicle off the roadway into Shorefront Park on Smith St., at a high rate of speed, and continued through a bulkhead into Patchogue Bay, police said.
Strom was pulled from the vehicle by the Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau and Patchogue Fire Department personnel. He was then transported to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center where he was pronounced dead a short time later, police said.  (This article was published on Newsday.com)
 
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