Station Man Among 3 Rescued From Great South Bay

A Huntington Station man was one of three people rescued early Sunday from the waters in Great South Bay.

Michelle Fusco, 25, of Patchogue, called 911 at approximately 2 a.m. to report that she was on a 22-foot Grady White boat near Bayport and three other passengers were missing.

Suffolk County Police said that the three men, Michael Fusco, Toni Arango and Leo Lopez-Garcia, had gone swimming off a boat and had drifted about a mile away from it.  The three were in the water for approximately three hours.

Fusco, 33, of Patchogue, Arango 28, of North Massapequa and Lopez-Garcia, 28, of Huntington Station, were taken to shore near Brown’s River Road in Sayville where they were evaluated by Sayville Rescue.

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