Flager County Sheriff: A man in vessel traveling to New York Safely washed ashore in Flagler

Man in vessel traveling to New York washed ashore in Flagler

FLAGLER COUNTY, Fl. – According to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, a man was traveling in a vessel to New York was washed ashore on Saturday due to “some complications”.

The sheriff’s office said the man was sailed from the St. Augustine area in a vessel to New York, but ended up back ashore after “complications”.

Flagler Sheriff tweeted, “This morning, the #FCSO responded to a call about a vessel washing ashore in the Hammock area. Thank you to the concerned citizens who reported this. We are happy to announce that the occupant of the vessel is safe with no injuries! “

The Flagler County Sheriff‘s Office said that one of the representatives responded to calls from concerned citizens who witnessed a strange shipwreck on the beach in the Hammock area. The sole owner of the ship was found safe inside without any injuries.

Flagler deputies said the US Coast Guard also responded to the area and conducted an investigation to make sure it was compliant.

Stay tuned with us for more updates.

A New York federal judge was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Florida.


A New York federal judge was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Florida. 1

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Officials claimed that a Florida woman swerved her car onto a sidewalk, killing a federal judge visiting from New York and seriously injuring a 6-year-old child.

District Judge Sandra Feuerstein, 75, who had served in the Eastern District of New York since 2003, was killed in a car crash on Friday by Nastasia Snape, 23, Who is charged with vehicular homicide and other felonies. Anthony Ovchinnikov, the baby, Who was injured was taken to the hospital.

Witnesses told Boca Raton police that Snape was driving erratically on a busy lane, going around stopped traffic when she accelerated onto the sidewalk and hit Feuerstein. Snape then drove back onto the lane, colliding with a young boy who was crossing the street.

Snape allegedly started shouting and arguing with medics in the ambulance,   She had been drugged by the medics. Police claim they discovered a synthetic substance known as “bath salts” in her bag, which can trigger psychotic episodes.

On Sunday, she was already being held in prison on a $60,000 bail. The public defender’s office in Palm Beach County was closed on Sunday and has a policy of not discussing its cases.