NY cops save diver's life
"I'm gonna live!" the grateful diver told rescuers
By Matthew Nestel
The New York Post
NEW YORK — Cops last night rescued a commercial diver who nearly drowned after he got entangled in equipment beneath Chelsea Piers, authorities said.
Lt. Larry Serras and Detective Robert Zajac of the Emergency Service Unit gave CPR to the 35-year-old unconscious diver moments after he was pulled from the Hudson at 5:41 p.m.
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