Boater safety remains a concern 1 year after fatal 'Tragedy On the Hudson'

Two people were killed when the boat they

Two people were killed when the boat they were riding in crashed into a construction barge. (Credit: News 12)

One year after a boating accident claimed the lives of two people on the Hudson River, boaters say safety remains a big concern.

The area around the Tappan Zee Bridge is a work zone, with construction barges that are considered a hazard for boaters. Marina owner Roger Schneider says with the barges circling the bridge, and the sheriff and state police nearby, it is impossible for boaters to...

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