Remember that breaking news story we did two days ago about the FDNY rescuing a man in the water near Kingsborough Community College [/breaking-fdny-rescuing-swimmers-in-waters-off-kingsborough-community-college/] ? Looks like he voluntarily entered the water in an attempt to evade the cops, according to Your Jewish News [http://www.yourjewishnews.com/2014/01/n31028.
(THIS STORY HAS BEEN UPDATED HERE.) [/gerritsen-beach-woman-rescues-drowning-man-from-sheepshead-bay-waters/] Police scanner reports indicate that a drowning victim has been pulled from the waters of Sheepshead Bay on Emmons Avenue near Nostrand Avenue. The reports indicate the incident happened shortly before 3:45 p.m. The victim has been pulled from the water,
Photo: Erica ShermanIn a press release this morning from Councilman Michael Nelson restating that his office is temporarily co-locating with State Senator David Storobin [/due-to-flooding-councilman-nelson-shacks-up-with-senator-storobin/], the pol revealed that, like many of us, he too ignored evacuation orders and chose to stay in his office (1605 Voorhies Avenue) and take
By now we’ve all heard about the woman and her two kids who, perhaps fed up with the parking situation in Sheepshead Bay, tried landing her car alongside Pier 7 on Emmons Avenue [/car-plunges-into-sheepshead-bay-3-rescued/]. And, of course, we’ve heard about yet another heroic Sheepshead Bay fisherman saving the