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After being rescued from a car he accidently drove to Newark Bay on July 14, the driver was rushed to Bayonne Medical Center complaining of chest pains.The Bayonne Fire Department responded to the 16th Street Park Board Ramp and found that a friend of the driver had already rescued the man from the submerged 2192 BMW wagon at about 7:30 p.m. in July.The vehicle and boat trailer were submerged in about 4ft of water, requiring specially trained firefighters to don water rescue suits in order to secure the vehicle with strapping for the tow truck. The vehicle was then successfully pulled from the water.
After being rescued from a car he accidently drove to Newark Bay on July 14, the driver was rushed to Bayonne Medical Center complaining of chest pains.The Bayonne Fire Department responded to the 16th Street Park Board Ramp and found that a friend of the driver had already rescued the man from the submerged 2192 BMW wagon at about 7:30 p.m. in July.The vehicle and boat trailer were submerged in about 4ft of water, requiring specially trained firefighters to don water rescue suits in order to secure the vehicle with strapping for the tow truck. The vehicle was then successfully pulled from the water.
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HUDSON COUNTY -- There was mayhem again at the West New York commissioners' meeting, and Count Wiley gives an interview about why he'd like to replace his former ally, Mayor Roque.

In Hoboken, there's a new development proposal for the southwest corner of town. And a big concert will draw 15,000 people in early August; is this just the beginning?

In Jersey City, the wait for day care is sometimes long and winding.

In North Bergen, more than 30 students have been found to be allegedly sneaking into the district from other towns -- so they were booted out.

There are so many more stories about your friends, neighbors, and elected representatives in this week's Hudson Reporter newspapers. Check out the print edition on your doorstep this weekend, or come back here to hudsonreporter.com starting Sunday and scroll down.

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