LI Man Dies After Vehicle Plunges Into Connecticut River, Authorities Say

He was pronounced dead at Norwalk Hospital.Local authorities said the woman was able to tell them that she had been in the vehicle and “ended up in the water”. A women in the auto with him was rescued, and taken to Norwalk Hospital. Through their preliminary investigation, police believe the auto entered the river at the State Boat Launch off of Elaine Road. India growth rate slips to 7% in Q3 after cash ban
Current announcement of India’s growth number suggests that India would retain fastest growing economy in the world. On an average, GDP expanded 1.1 percent in 2016 after rising 1.2 percent in 2015. No foul play was suspected, police said, but the circumstances surrounding the vehicle going into the river remained under investigation.Diners at the Whelk Restaurant heard the woman’s screams Saturday night and called 911, police said. Emergency responders saw the woman struggling in the middle of the river, and were able to rescue her after boarding a nearby boat.Officers boarded a civilian boat and rescued the woman, who said that her auto had plunged into the water and the male occupant of the vehicle may still be inside. About an hour later, crews found the man and pulled him from the river. This incident is being investigated by the Westport Police Department. President Rouhani: Close Ties with Neighbors Important to Iran
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