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Hudson River / Boat Accident #1061727

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 29, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Piermont, New York: Katy Tur) The boat accident in the Hudson River that killed bride-to-be Lindsey Stewart†† and best man Mark Lennon†† reviewed; photos shown of Stewart and fiancĂ© Brian Bond††; details given about the charges against the driver of the boat, Jojo John, who may have been intoxicated; statistics on boating accidents, injuries and alcohol-related deaths cited. [Rockland County, New York Sheriff Louis FALCO†- comments on the families.] The boat crash by Maryland delegate Don Dwyer noted. [Coast Guard CPO Ryan DOSS†- says one drink is too many to safely operate a boat.]

Williams, Brian;
Tur, Katy

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