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Croton Point Park Accident Tops News In Cortlandt This Week

Westchester County Police are investigating an incident at Croton Point Park after responding to an unconscious man last week.
Westchester County Police are investigating an incident at Croton Point Park after responding to an unconscious man last week. Photo Credit: Nathan Bruttell

CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- Here are the top stories from around Cortlandt this week. 

  • Westchester County Police are investigating an incident that led to a 23-year-old Rockland County man being found unconscious but alive at Croton Point Park Tuesday. The man reportedly was swimming at Croton Point Park with six other people after anchoring a 21-foot Stingray boat Tuesday afternoon, Westchester County Police said. Just before 5 p.m,. the man's friends discovered him lying face down in the water and called for help. The man was transported to Westchester Medical Center in serious but stable condition, police said.
  • With the state's math and English language arts scores released on Wednesday, Croton-Harmon Schools Superintendent Edward Fuhrman said parents and district residents will want answers, but it may take some time to get them. The district fared better overall on the tests than the state average. 
  • More than 200 people came ashore at Croton Point Park Tuesday to remind local residents of a 400-year-old peace agreement and promises not being kept. The gathering at Croton Point Park was the second event in Westchester in as many days honoring the the "Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign." The paddlers stopped in Peekskill Monday after visiting Cold Spring in Putnam County.

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