Pedestrian Struck And Killed By Train

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Metropolitan Transit Authority investigators and Southampton Village Police declined to reveal the identity of a man struck and killed by an LIRR train early Sunday morning.

What is known is that about 1 AM July 14, a man on the tracks was struck by a “non-passenger” train.

Train service was suspended in both directions between Speonk and Montauk between 1 and 5:30 AM according to a MTA official. The death was confirmed by a Suffolk County Medical Examiner. Train traffic resumed the following morning without incident.

A Shirley woman was killed in a boating accident east of the Moriches Inlet on July 14, police said.

Mi Hua Hsu, 56, died after she was thrown from her boat in Moriches Bay Sunday evening. Hua Hsu and her husband, Jack Chin, 50, of Shirley were drifting when a 50-foot Sea Ray with three people aboard crashed into them a quarter-mile off Cupsogue Beach in Westhampton, according to the Suffolk County Police Department. The accident occurred about 6:30 PM.

Chin jumped from the vessel just moments before the crash and sustained minor injuries. The passengers aboard the Sea Ray did not sustain any injuries, police said. Suffolk County Police could not confirm the make or model of the smaller boat, which overturned on impact.

In other news, Southampton Town Police said they arrested Justin Adamo of Flanders in Northampton Friday, July 12. Adamo was charged with two felony drug counts, including criminal sale of a controlled substance. He was previously arrested on February 19 for possession of heroin and cocaine, police said. Police said additional charges may be filed by the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office.

Edgar Gonzalez-Carias, 32, of Riverhead, was arrested in Riverside on July 14 at about 3 AM for driving while intoxicated.

Gonzalez-Carias was stopped at the intersection of Cross River Drive and Flanders Road for multiple traffic infractions, police said. When they detected the smell of alcohol, police performed a sobriety test. Gonzalez-Carias reportedly did not fare well — he was arrested and taken into custody.

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