While examining a car in the water, police found the body. Several car parks and piers are located along the water’s edge, and a grassy park separates the beach from West Shore Road. Police have not provided any information on what led to the fatal collision. The Port Washington Fire Department found the 54-year-old’s body in the water and removed it. He was pronounced dead at 3:49 p.m. Police withheld the man’s name.
It is speculated that the deceased may have been Ned Dubofsky, although his identity has not been made public. Continue reading the article to learn more about the case and whether Ned Dubofsky’s death was connected to the Port Washington Barr Beach accident.
Ned Dubofsky’s death is believed to be related to the crash in Hempstead Inlet near North Hempstead Barr Beach in Port Washington, which killed one person on Wednesday. However, it is unclear whether the victim who died in the incident was Ned Dubowski. The identity of the victim and the reason why he entered the water in the SUV are unknown.
According to North Hempstead Township Superintendent Jennifer DeSena, the water is surprisingly deep, considering there is a boat ramp there. She went on to say that it was a very sad turn of events to be there on a beautiful day and to see all these wonderful first responders but set themselves up for tragedy.
The North Hempstead jailer said the body of a male was found after a car crashed into a boat ramp at Barr Beach in Port Washington. A 54-year-old man was killed when a BMW SUV drove off a boat ramp and plunged into the water on Port Washington’s Bar Beach, according to authorities. The incident happened around 3.30pm on Wednesday.
The bodies of the victims were found floating in the water, and when rescuers arrived, it was too late to free the driver, according to authorities.
The nearby fire brigade dispatched a task force of divers and drones. Many boats searched for the submerged car for hours before it was finally pulled out and towed away. A woman who witnessed the accident testified that Parks was busy in the warm February and she saw first responders trying to rescue the victim.