Loch Sheldrake, NY - Lightning Hits Stranded Boater, Her Rescuer
Loch Sheldrake, NY - Hatzolah responding to Morningside Park at Brickman Road for 2 boaters who were struck by lightening after a storm passed the area.
One boater a 22-year-old woman from New Jersey, Leah Nesha bas Baila Malka, apparently became stranded on a row boat with three other people.
20-year-old Devin Corbit, a Morningside Park worker, went out in his row boat to assist the stranded people.
A lightning strike knocked the two into the water.
They were rescued by lifeguards and rushed by Hatzolah and Mobile-Medic to Catskill Regional Medical Center post cardiac arrest but conscious. But both are said to be in extremely critical condition.
The pair to be transferred to Westchester Medical Center.
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