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  • Students take pulse of river at 17th Annual Hudson River Fact Finding Day

    Students take pulse of river at 17th Annual Hudson River Fact Finding Day

    Tuesday, October 22 2019 6:23 PM EDT2019-10-22 22:23:10 GMT
    About 5,500 students are participating in the program, and it's happening in about 100 locations up and down the river.About 5,500 students are participating in the program, and it's happening in about 100 locations up and down the river.
    About 5,500 students are participating in the program, and it's happening in about 100 locations up and down the river.About 5,500 students are participating in the program, and it's happening in about 100 locations up and down the river.
    About 5,500 students are participating in the program, and it's happening in about 100 locations up and down the river.
    About 5,500 students are participating in the program, and it's happening in about 100 locations up and down the river.
  • Wicked weather uproots 100-year-old tree in Sleepy Hollow

    Wicked weather uproots 100-year-old tree in Sleepy Hollow

    Friday, October 18 2019 5:48 AM EDT2019-10-18 09:48:11 GMT
    Nick Kaluk says a big gust of wind and torrential rain caused a 100-year-old Red Oak tree to crashing down onto their property on Hemlock Drive.Nick Kaluk says a big gust of wind and torrential rain caused a 100-year-old Red Oak tree to crashing down onto their property on Hemlock Drive.
    Nick Kaluk says a big gust of wind and torrential rain caused a 100-year-old Red Oak tree to crashing down onto their property on Hemlock Drive.Nick Kaluk says a big gust of wind and torrential rain caused a 100-year-old Red Oak tree to crashing down onto their property on Hemlock Drive.
    Nick Kaluk says a big gust of wind and torrential rain caused a 100-year-old Red Oak tree to crashing down onto their property on Hemlock Drive.
    Nick Kaluk says a big gust of wind and torrential rain caused a 100-year-old Red Oak tree to crashing down onto their property on Hemlock Drive.
  • Chopper stages dramatic rescue of hiker who fell 60 feet off cliff

    Chopper stages dramatic rescue of hiker who fell 60 feet off cliff

    Thursday, October 10 2019 6:49 AM EDT2019-10-10 10:49:45 GMT
    Park officials say the 30-year-old woman fell “into a crevasse next to the cliff face of Gertrude's Nose trail” and was stranded for five hours with back and ankle injuries on Saturday.
    Park officials say the 30-year-old woman fell “into a crevasse next to the cliff face of Gertrude's Nose trail” and was stranded for five hours with back and ankle injuries on Saturday.
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