Aug 02, 2020
Long Island boat collision leaves one dead and six others injured
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The fatal wreck occurred in the Freeport Creek near Cow Mead Park about 6:45 p.m., police said.
All seven injured passengers were taken to a nearby hospital, where a 25-year-old man was declared dead.Police did not immediately release his identity.
Two of the six people involved in the crash suffered serious injuries, police said.
The cause of the collision is under investigation.
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Urban Meyer had an unwanted guest during a TV interview on Tuesday.© Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Meyer joined Big Ten Network from his boat to discuss the cancellation of the Big Ten’s fall sports. His interview setup appeared to be in front of a mirror, and one of Meyer’s shirtless boat buddies seemingly picked the wrong time and place to hang out close to the shot.
What was happening during Urban Meyer’s BTN interview? pic.twitter.com/A8ckQrkBU4
— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) August 11, 2020
Meyer’s attempt to desperately shoo the guy away is absolutely hilarious. That said, it seems to work, so there’s no arguing with the methodology.
Such are the perils of live television. It gets even riskier when you’re on a boat doing an unscheduled Zoom call on live television. It did provide a bit of levity in an interview that didn’t provide a lot of great news for sports fans, though.
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