Remnants of Ida claim 4 lives in Westchester, including longtime professors at Iona College

The remnants of Ida killed at least four people in Westchester, including two computer science professors at Iona College.
Officials are presuming the death of Fran Bailie after her husband Ken Bailie’s body was discovered Thursday.
Ken Bailie’s body was found about a quarter mile from his car at Lincoln Avenue and Brookside Way in Purchase.
The couple was trying to make it back to their home in Rye Brook as Blind Brook Creek raged on.
Police say it flooded the streets and pinned their SUV against a utility pole, killing them both.
Residents nearby like Dan Forrester say it was a scary day.
“It was something I’ve never seen before,” Forrester says.
Police say Fran Bailie’s body has not been found. Investigators were at the scene Friday afternoon to continue the search.
In a message to the college, Iona’s president says to keep Ken, Fran and their family in your prayers. They held a private vigil for the couple on Friday. Campus leaders are planning a vigil in honor of the Bailies next week, on what would have been the couples 53rd wedding anniversary.
The storm also left a 69-year-old Mount Kisco rabbi dead.
Samuel Weissmandl was found not far from his car near an entrance ramp to the Saw Mill River Parkway.
The mayor of Mount Vernon says a Bronx man identified as Alan Dorsainvil was rescued Wednesday evening, but he then went back out to try to get into his car.
Officials found Dorsainvil unconscious Thursday inside of his car on South Columbus Avenue.
Police say it appears that he drove into deep standing water on the roadway, filling the car with floodwater.