Off-duty cop, EMT save man from sunken SUV
By Bill Bleyer and John Valenti
NEW YORK — An off-duty Nassau police emergency medical technician and a Suffolk police officer teamed up to save a man from a submerged sport utility vehicle in Cold Spring Harbor.
Suffolk police Sgt. Kevin McKeon said Scott Kitograd, an advanced emergency medical technician, spotted the sunken SUV, which had a trailer and a boat attached, near the launching ramp at Billy Joel Park at 8:55 p.m. Sunday and called 911.
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