Rescues after boat slams jetty on Long Island
LONG ISLAND (WABC) -- Suffolk County police and the Coast Guard were busy pulling a boat and injured people off the east jetty overnight, where Brown's River empties into the Great South Bay.
Witnesses say the boat, carrying five people, slammed into the jetty at a high rate of speed around midnight.
Two people were hurt in the crash. The injuries are not considered life-threatening.
The boat began leaking fuel. It was towed to shore.
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