Headlines: Stabbing at Airsoft game in Carmel, driver crashes into own home, gas leaks in Haverstraw
Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
A dispute between two men during an airsoft game is believed to be the cause of a stabbing in Carmel. The incident occurred at Hudson Valley Airsoft on the Paladin Center campus. Upon arrival, officers quickly detained a 20-year-old suspect from Bedford Hills. The victim, identified as a 33-year-old man from Mount Vernon, and the suspect were both taken to a hospital for injuries not considered life-threatening.
The American Red Cross is providing assistance to a family of four in Orange County following a crash in Newburgh. Authorities report that the homeowner crashed into their home on Pierces Road with another adult and their two children in the car.
Orange and Rockland utility workers were called to the hamlet of Thiells in Haverstraw after residents reported a strong gas smell Friday. Crews found two small leaks on Rosman Road. O&R officials said the smell was coming up from the storm drains on Oakwood Lane. That issue was repaired by 3 a.m. They say the neighborhood is not in any apparent danger and encourage residents to report any future gas leaks.