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New York City postpones vaccine appointments as new shipments are delayed
"Were ready actually to take time to get their shots today. But then we heard for the mayor this week that appointments were being canceled across 125. Vaccine hubs in New York City, and so appointment scheduled from today through Sunday have been moved by one week, with additional supply expected in the city this coming Tuesday. Mayor is that at least 23,000 appointments have been scratched because of this because of the supply issues. Now there's a ray of light in the story. Today, New infections are declining across New York state. The hospitalizations and deaths with typically lag behind the new case numbers. Those continue to rise. 9000, by the way, had been hospitalized by the virus across the state in the post holiday surge statewide. Governor Cuomo says those currently eligible for shots shots could could be be waiting waiting for for the the vaccine vaccine until until maybe maybe mid mid or or late late summer. summer. Here's Here's WCBS WCBS reporters reporters Sean Sean Adams. Adams. Vaccinating Vaccinating New New York York State State could could be be a a slow process week to week, says Governor Cuomo because supplies from the federal government can't keep pace with demand. He's asking the 1200 distributors across the state to pace themselves. We want to make sure distributors don't schedule Any appointments for which they don't have. Definitive allocation. Because we don't know what we're going to get next week, and we don't know where we're going to distribute it next week, A state official says Large sites like the Westchester County Centers shouldn't run out because they have been conservative and scheduling appointments. Seven million New Yorkers are now eligible for their shot. Governor says it could take 7.5 months to take care of them. That would leave another 12 million New Yorkers in White Plains. Sean Adams. WCBS news radio 80 11
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Go to Sean Adams Live in White Plains. And more about that Sean vaccinate in New York state could be could be a slow process week to week, says Governor Cuomo because supplies from the federal government cannot keep pace with demand. So he's asking the 1200 distributors across the state to pace themselves. We want to make sure distributors don't schedule any appointments for which they don't have. Definitive allocation. Because we don't know what we're going to get next week. And we don't know where we're going to distribute it next week. So don't schedule an appointment. Unless you know your allocation for the next week. Now, large sites like the Westchester County Center here shouldn't run out. They've been conservative and scheduling appointments. Seven million New Yorkers right now are eligible for their shot. The governor says it could take 7.5 months to take care of them. That would leave about another 12. Million New Yorkers live in White Plains. Sean Adams. WCBS news radio 8 80, Sean. Thank you sad to report three members of the New York National Guard have died in a helicopter crash. This happened in a farmer's field in the town of Mendon, New York, just south of Rochester. This medical evaluation helicopter was on a training mission when it went down, not clear what caused the crash. Governor, Cuomo has directed flags on all state buildings to be lowered to half staff. We call it news on the girl, which are daily morning news roundup. Get it Whenever is good for you On your time. It's a 15 minute round up of what's happening right now. In the morning news, it's being posted right now, wherever you get your podcasts,.
M.T.A. Bus Plunges 50 Feet, Dangles From Overpass After Crash in New York
"Empty a bus that careened off the roadway in the Bronx overnight and was left hanging off the University Avenue overpass is still there this morning. Let's go live to the scene in the Highbridge section of the Bronx, and WCBS reporter Sean Adams, Shawn On that bus is right in front of me. And right now I'm watching an extremely delicate operation. So this is a tandem bust that you know it's basically double length. It has the accordion middle. It's articulated. S so this is a University Avenue where it goes over the cross Bronx. It's unclear how this happened how the bus lost control. But when the front of the bus blasted through a guard rail The first section of the bus knows died and space planet on the road surface below. Probably about 30 to 40 ft. That is the ramp. It appears to be the ramp from the cross, Bronx westbound Cross Bronx. Of the Major Deegan. There was no vehicle underneath the bus when it came down, so if you face planted into the road surface, so you basically have that dangling front section of the bus. Are perpendicular to the ground, still partially connected by that accordion section and the back end of the bus. Up on University Avenue. But what's happening now is a a nop oration to try to get the bus back up on the road surface. Eight people injured. We're told by the fire department that one serious Andre, the others are minor or non life threatening. A fire official tells me the bus driver was able to evacuate everyone off of that bus. The fire department did not have to rescue anyone. What they're doing now is they used this power ladder to get a bucket up. To the middle section that's broken. They're attaching cables. They have large tow trucks here. I'm told that at some point they're going to try to raise the the front section of the bus and get it back up on the road, And at that point, they'll declare this rescue operations. This is recovery operation now over See John Adams lied this morning in the hybrid section of
New vaccine hubs open in New York City
"In New York. Now they're increasing the people eligible to get the covert vaccine, adding first responders, transit workers and more. WCBS reporter Sean Adams is live now at a new vaccination site, one of these 24 7 stations In Morrisania. He's on the news line with more about that, Sean. Yeah, we're shifting into high gear here. More appointments, more shots. More people protected to 24 hour 24 7 covert vaccine facilities to start here in New York City. So one in Brooklyn at Brooklyn Army Terminal and here in the Bronx, Bathgate contract Postal station on Third Avenue. By Saturday. Each burrow will have around the clock operations. The mayor says. This is a major step forward, but I'll tell you what the real concern is. Now we're going to need more vaccine. We're going to need more doses. Because right now, with the supply we have in New York City, and even with what we expect to get this coming week, we're going to run out in a couple of weeks. We're gonna run out of vaccine. Mayor De Blasio makes that prediction there because now eligible for the vaccine, many more people, first responders, teachers and school staff transit workers. And seniors 75 up. You go to the city's website. You find a location near you because they're now about 160 locations where you can get a shot. You make an appointment online. This way. You don't have to wait in a long line. Live in the Bronx. Sean Adams.
FDA approves Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine for distribution
"With FDA approval in place for the fines or vaccine states are getting ready to execute their distribution plans are Sean Adams checked in on vaccine prep. In Connecticut hospitals in the Yale New Haven health system are mobilizing for the covert vaccine to arrive early next week. Doctors and nurses can schedule an appointment through any electronic portal. Whether they can actually have the shot will be assigned, and we are assigning that by making sure that we are providing this first to our frontline staff, Greenwich Hospital President Diane Kelly says they will use the same clinic set up that is in place for flu shots. Once health care workers are vaccinated, the hospitals could potentially process. Other segments of the population probably will be partnering with some of our essential workers in our communities, our emergency first responders in the meantime, Early warns, Do not let your guard down. Keep being cautious. We still have a ways to go. We have several months before. I believe we're really going to start to see this, but it definitely is a light at the end of the
Connecticut hospitals may get Pfizer vaccine in days
"Are ready to begin. The vaccine is early. As Tuesday for medical workers again. We're watching the FDA to see if there is official approval from the FDA and from the CDC on this WCBS reporter Sean Adams with more from Greenwich Hospital stuff to get the covert vaccine next week in the Yale New Haven health system. Our frontline staff includes all of our positions whether they are employed. Faculty or community physicians. Greenwich Hospital President Diane Kelly says doctors and nurses can schedule an appointment through any electronic portal. The clinic will be just like the setup for flu shots were well used to having to do a annual vaccine of all employees that's been established for several years. She says. They're ready to store the vaccine. Yellow even health system actually purchased the appropriate freezers a few weeks ago. A Ray of hope yes, but Kelly says it will still take a few months before We see any measured improvement. People cannot let go or put their guard down on social distancing, wearing their masks and being vigilant with hand washing at Greenwich Hospital, Sean Adams,
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Or an attempt to affect his father's policy. Third, The covert update. The covert tracking project just recorded the highest single day death toll of all time. Even the spring 3054 people died yesterday of covert 19 for perspective. That is the first time that U. S death sets her past. The number of Americans who died on 9 11 and that covert death toll may not remain the all time high for very long because hospitalizations are too high. In the current fatality numbers are not yet reflecting increased spread from holiday gatherings amid the surges, some relief in Rockland, which reported no new deaths yesterday, Westchester yesterday had 232 positive cases, which is a third of the recent days. In Connecticut hospitalizations dropped for two straight days, but then rose again yesterday to the highest since May. 9th New Jersey's second wave could be bad or really bad it depending on the different scenario that might play out, and Sean Adams is live in Paterson this morning about these two models by the Department of Health, starting with the better case scenario, Shawn Well, they're a lot of numbers here. But if we can give you the overall message, let's do that New Jersey If you want to avoid more pain, more suffering more restrictions. Be smart, where the Mass keep the distance. No big gatherings for the holidays. Governor Murphy says the vaccine Yes, it offers hope, but we're not out of the woods yet. We look through the remainder of this month and into early 2021 R vaccination rates will not yet be in a place where they will have any significant impact. On our path. This is something we have to remember. The governor's office has been considering a couple of different scenarios. So let's give you the worst case. 8700 people in hospitals January and February. Would exceed the peak of the spring. They want to avoid that and it can be avoided, the governor says. If everyone acts responsibly. I've been Patterson, Sean Adams. WCBS news radio 80 80, Sean. Thank you now 8 18. We have traffic and weather together sponsored by your local Honda dealers. And here's Tom Kaminski. Inch operating things cleared out of the way in Queens. Still, lots of volume on the Grand Central is we get out of NASA and towards two gardens again at LaGuardia collision at 188 Street has been cleared. Having on the l I e is well, almost a matching delay from the cross island in toward the fairgrounds in for Queens Boulevard. Collision. 108 streets also is now clear. Heavy as you come around from the southern states and from the belt Parkway onto the north around Cross Island right front of Belmont Park, a collision There also is now cleared the New England for Way North on it. 18 in Mamaroneck. We have to solve that cleared out of the way to South found some delays in that area. And then more delays getting into into the Bronx. But otherwise in pretty good shape all the way around Hudson River crossings blinking in Holland down to about 5 10 minutes. The inbound gwb also looks good. But one note for you inbound 80 95, the local in surrounding 70 in Leonia. We had to solve their in one lane blocked. The Garden State Parkway. We're headed your way. North bound side around 1 44 South Orange Avenue. We had a crash there. At least one lane was.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"New Rochelle, Sean Adams, WCBS news radio 80 Visually impaired New Yorkers have had it especially tough during this pandemic. WCBS is Marla Diamond reports They've won a major victory in court. We're at the intersection of 96th and Broadway, one of the few in the city with an accessible pedestrian signal, and when the walk sign is on, it'll tell you that it's safe to cross. Ah Federal Court ruling in October will force the city to add more of these signals of victory for all New Yorkers, says disability rights attorney Torrey Adkisson. Accessibility always helps everyone I mean, curb cuts were insulted us this wheelchair users but everyone who has luggage who has to be strollers, we all use those now. Andre. Same is true for a P s. I mean, people are on their phones. They're not looking at the ankles that they would benefit from an audience signals well, it really can improve the lives of a lot of people on the Upper West Side. Marla Diamond WCBS news radio 8 80. At least 100 employees at Ocean Medical Center and Brick have been infected with the Corona virus and j dot coms is a memo posted on the website of the hospital's parent company, Hackensack. Meridian. Health blames the outbreak on colleagues who socialized outside of work. You're not indicating how many employees tested positive, but say Ocean Medical Center still has adequate staffing. A union official says the hospital is sending some patients to other hospitals in the region to relieve the pressure. WCBS news time 9 18 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eighth. What's going on out there Kelly doing and we do have a mess to jail on westbound route 80 in Paterson Approaching exit 59 Right past there, a jackknifed tractor trailer and the two left lanes still down, And we do have bumper to bumper delays back to exit 61 some eastbound rubbernecking as well. So to avoid that Wanna head to break 46 4. Things are nice and quiet. The Jersey Turnpike Eastern and Western Spurs tonight, heading north found on each spur left lane construction work approaching the northern mixing bowl. So a bit busy there at the outbound Lincoln Tunnel inside the north to be still have this broken down truck stuck in the right lane. This one not going anywhere, it seems. It's been in there for a couple of almost a couple hours. Now, the right lane again down. Just a minor slowdown. Inbound looking. Okay, the Holland to bed in either direction right now, and things are pretty quiet across the George Washington Bridge. Not seeing any delays or problems in Manhattan tonight on the West Side Highway or the FDR Drive our next traffic updates in less than 10 minutes on WCBS. Thank you very much. Kelly. Now your five day forecast from meteorologist Derek with Luster and colder tonight with patchy cloudiness expected in the city will come down to below 38.
Nurses Strike At Montefiore New Rochelle, New York, Saying ‘We Don’t Have Enough Staffing’ And ‘It’s Not Safe’
"Roughly 200 nurses had mount of your New Rochelle Hospital will be walking off their jobs had seven o'clock this morning, less than an hour and a half from now. Say the hospital is not ready for another surge of covert patients. WCBS reporter Sean Adams is at the hospital in New Rochelle this morning and he joins us live, Shawn. Mantra. Fear calls the nurses selfish nurses at New Rochelle hospitals say Monta fewer puts profits before patients. This is quite acrimonious here. As covert cases surge again. A New Rochelle, New York's original cluster zone, nurses are going to strike for two days to send a message about inadequate staffing. It's a Mont. If your new Rochelle is ill prepared for another wave of Cove it there's Cathy Santy, Emma says. Sometimes a nurse could end up caring for 10 patients, double the recommended number. It's just graceful to ask a nurse to take care of this many patients. It's just graceful to their to the patients to our community to have nobody to take care of them. Monta. Fewer, says the hospital offered raises and benefit parks. The nurses just want toe handout plum assignments to friends. The hospital is open patients could be relocated for the next two days. Live in New Rochelle, Sean Adams, WCBS news radio 80,
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Vernon, Sean Adams, WCBS news radio 80. John. Thank you. It's 504, WCBS, sir. Power outages and reports of scattered damage across our area after last night's strong storms to tornado warnings were actually issued for the Bronx in Westchester and later for Suffolk County, although there's no indication that any tornadoes actually touched down There are no reports of serious injuries. Con Ed has more than 2600 customers Still without power, they expect to have everyone back by three PM tomorrow. The storms left thousands without power in New Jersey. CBS two's Cori James, Check out the damage in Paramus police guarding this area that has live wires that air down your East Ridgewood Avenue and Hobart in Paramus tanking at one home owner's driveway. And this is not too far from the tree that toppled over and crashed on the home, causing branches to destroy the homes gutters. Firefighters say they had about six power lines that fell in about a dozen trees that uprooted and some of those trees were told, slammed into two homes and this neighborhood that also had serious damage. Officials say. While they've seen worse damage before the power behind the storm, the force it was nothing to underestimate. And last word PSE and G had around 7000 customers without power. JCP N L has more than 5600 outages most of those in central and South Jersey. 5050 w. CBS, New York City public schools will be open today. Mayor De Blasio's says the schools will close if the city's coronavirus positivity rate hits 3% well, it.
Newark’s mayor imposes new restrictions as the city reaches a positivity rate of 19%
"Of Newark is driving what is now a 10% statewide positivity rate in the state of New Jersey and the mayor is just announced a new restrictions as we hear from WCBS is Sean Adams if he had his way, Newark Mayor Ross Baraka would return to a total shutdown tomorrow because covert levels in the city are back to what they were in April. And May. I think if things continue to go this way, we should probably do. More because what we do know for a fact is that more works. We know that right now We're praying that what we do works what we do what we know that works. We shut everything down. We know for a fact that that does work,
COVID-19 treatment to receive emergency-use approval from FDA
"The excitement about the Pfizer vaccine against Cove in 19, echoing all around the world, but the cheering Coming from a site ofthe Middletown Road in Pearl River, New York, That was a bit louder because that's the location where hundreds of scientists have been working on his vaccine around the clock, and Sean Adams is live with that story, Shawn. Rocklin County Executive Ed Day called Fizer executives to say well done. He's tipping his hat to the scientists and the researchers here in Pearl River who have have persevered persevered and and apparently apparently produced produced a a quite quite promising promising covert covert vaccine. vaccine. The The core core Frizer Frizer effort effort has has really really always always been been there, there, and and I I get get to to see see it it to to see see it it developed developed such a matter that we're dealing with the crisis over my lifetime. Andi have Frizer partnership a bio in Tech. Come up with a A A vaccine that will deals with 90% of the infections is just an amazing thing. Right now. Lifesaving research has occurred here at this property, the old lead early lab facility for over a century work on diphtheria, smallpox and polio. Visor and bio in Tech will continue to monitor trial participants for effectiveness and side effects. So far no serious problems. It's not clear yet how long immunity will last in a few weeks they could seek FDA emergency approval. The goal is to produce 1.3 billion doses next year.
New York - New Jersey poised to legalize marijuana
"The Frog said. It's not easy being green. We're about to find out if Kermit the Frog was right, New Jersey's become a green state the 11th in America to say it's okay if an adult wants to light up or vapor eat a plant that has been villainized by the alcohol lobby ever since Prohibition, with great success, but at the expense of social justice, the legalization Recreational cannabis raises many questions about when how, where, and what happens to the records of all those who've been convicted of what is now okay. Sean Adams is here this morning on this story. Sean. Good morning. How overwhelming is this green wave in the garden state? You are not all the votes are counted, but it looks like about 67% of New Jersey voters said Yes, the legalizing recreational pot for adults. 21 polls have been pointing in that direction for some time. As New Jersey grapples with a covert inflicted budget black hole. There's a tremendous monetary incentive here. But for Governor Murphy, the motivation he claims is different. I get there because of social justice I inherited A state that had the widest white non white gap. The person's incarcerated in America, and the biggest reason was low and drug crimes. So this will go a long way toward a better a better reality. In that respect. Now lawmakers still have to make this legal They have to consider a decriminalization bill. Then lawmakers in the commission they have to. They have to get to work on a lot of the nitty gritty the rules and regulations for Cultivation, testing, distribution taxation. We should also note that there might be a domino affect you in the Northeast. This could put a lot of pressure on a couple of other states, Pennsylvania and New York. Especially in New York because there's there's a lot of tax money at stake here, and there could be a massive loss for New York tax dollars going right across the bridge and tunnels
Long lines for early voting in New York
"In New York State long lines again and not just in New York City. WCBS reporter Sean Adams has been scoping out the lines in Westchester voters arrived two hours early outside Greenberg townhall.
"Super-spreader" event linked to 125 virus cases at university
"Is casting a nervous eye on its collegiate neighbor after a Corona virus spike on the Iona College campus. It's one of several schools in the area that's dealing with a rising virus tied. WCBS reporter Sean Adams has the story quiet on campus that I own a swift pivot to remote learning for the next two weeks as the college tries to contain a covert cluster last week, surveillance testing detected positive cases among student athletes college expanded the testing pool more than 800. People screened scores have tested positive. I own officials believe this is linked to one super spreader event. New Rochelle mayor known Branson told CBS to. He believes this is isolated to the Iona community. And so we continue to remind residents not to let down their guard all classes online for the next two weeks. Students are isolating in dorm rooms, meals and laundry or being delivered. Meanwhile, up the Hudson at Marist, remote learning through today because of a covert uptick following an off campus gathering. New
Iona College super spreader event triggers 65 COVID-19 cases
"There is a big outbreak of Copan 19 at Iona College. Dozens of students there have tested positive. Let's go live to the Iona campus in Uber Shell. WCBS reporter Sean Adams is there this morning, Sean? Surveillance testing on campus at Iona detected this rise in covert transmissions so the college immediately shifted into containment mode. Students have been quarantined in dorms. All classes now shifted online. At least 65 student athletes from seven sports teams have been infected. College suspects. This is the result of one super spreader event, New Rochelle mayor known, Branson told CIA, CBS two. There's no indication as now that this outbreak has spread to the broader community and appears to be confined. Entirely to the student body's over the next few weeks. Dorm room isolation, the college will deliver meals and handle laundry testing on campus
Convicted New York PD cop killer scheduled to be released on parole
"The Black Liberation Army for the murders of 13 police officers during the 19 seventies. Two of them were killed in Harlem by a man who called 911 to lure them in and then to assassinate them as part of the goal to wage war on America. The year was 1971 49 years later, that killer is now up for parole. Sean Adams is working the story this morning, Shawn. Half a century and the pain is still sharp, especially with rumors that the killer will be set free soon. It is indeed for the families of police officers Joseph Piacentini and Waverly Jones. That pain has never gone away. Murdered in cold blood by extremists, radicals with the Black Liberation Army Piacentini. Was white, his partner Jones, Black. Last year. Diane Argentine, he told the parole board. Her husband's killer doesn't deserve mercy because he showed none himself. Anthony Bottom assassinated my husband husband on on Waverly Waverly Jones Jones because because they they wore wore the the blue blue uniform uniform commissioner's commissioner's on on the the parole parole board board need need to to continuously continuously night parole. Argentina now tells picks 11. She is angry by this decision, she says Bottoms Never And rehabilitated in 1971 bottom, and two other members lured the police officers to Ah Harlem housing complex with the fake 911 call they ambushed and then gunned down. The partners. Two years ago, Convicted cop killer Herman Bell was released on parole. Albert Washington He died behind bars. Bottom is now 68 years old. He reportedly suffered from Cove it in prison earlier this year. Reporting live. Sean Adams.
Arrest made in subway derailment caused by train striking debris on tracks in Manhattan, New York
"Empty. Officials say it should be a normal rush on the A C and e subway lines today after a man was arrested for allegedly throwing debris onto the subway tracks at eighth and 14th yesterday. Causing a derailment and widespread delays. WCBS reporter Sean Adams joins us live now from that station in the West Village with the latest Shawn Yeah, you can take the a train again. The third rail's been rebuilt. Power restored tracks repaired here. 14th Street. There is still evidence of yesterday's vandalism and derailment. So if you go down on the platform, you will see the I beam supports the columns. The vertical columns. Crimped several of their bent, and that's where the impact happened. Where North bound a train scraped on by yesterday morning no one seriously hurt 134 passengers on the north bound a train. A man through metal clamps on the tracks the front car of the subway derailed. Police arrested 30 year old Dimitrius Harvard from the Bronx. He faces multiple charges, including reckless endangerment and assault. Police say he has been arrested before about a dozen times for other minor offenses. So far, there's no indication why he would want to try. To derail a
New York City to Hold Two Ceremonies for 9-11 Anniversary
"Nearly two decades since the September 11th attacks and some fear the memory is fading. WCBS is Sean Adams on a date, typically filled with hugs and tears. This year, masks and distance Corona virus has kept retired New York City firefighter Lee Ielpi from coming home to New York to honor and remember his firefighter son, Jonathan Ielpi. 19 years later, Ielpi fears memories are fading. How could you go to a school and students were about 9 11, and the comeback is many times What is Niall? Two ceremonies will be held this morning in the city, one of the 9 11 Memorial Museum and another held by this Stephen Stiller Tunnel to Towers Foundation
New York Residents Left Wondering When Power Will Be Restored
"Week after tropical Storm It's ideas. More than 70,000 homes and businesses are still without electricity across the tristate con Ed had hoped to have lights back on for just about everyone by late last night. That did not happen. Let's go live to White Plains and WCBS reporter Sean Adams, Shawn. Yes, Governor Cuomo. Responding to this, he says he is as serious as a heart attack. He will pull the plug on Con Ed. He says. Con Ed and P s E G. Long Island have done a lousy job week after the storm, and there are still scattered outages. We do not abide by the concept in New York that anything is too big to fail. Your franchise can be revoked in hard hit. Westchester County executive George Latimer is frustrated thes utilities are licensed by the state of New York. And it is the state of New York that has the authority and the power over them. People say. Well, can't you talk to them and get my lights on? We talked to them all day long. What I can't do is order them. Con Ed says. It's singular purpose is getting everyone back and close to 4000 crews are out there trying to do that right now. Once power is restored to all the state Public Service Commission will investigate. Where the utilities prepared did they have adequate crews at the ready? Did they communicate effectively with struggling customers? The village of Mamaroneck mayor has put out an E mail to residents urging them to file complaints with PSC.
New York - N.J. lawmakers pass policing and prison reforms
"A Siri's of police overhauls, including some to increase minority hiring and training. Look at the story. Here's WCBS reporter Sean Adams. In response to the nationwide wave of protests against police brutality. New Jersey lawmakers took on race, sentencing disparities and mental health in a long list of bills. You want to criminalize a false call to 911 intended to intimidate a person based on race. Lawmakers hoped to spur more diversity in police Frank's more minority recruitment. You want police departments to increase training with regard to cultural sensitivity and mental health issues. Other measures would change. The sentencing guidelines for some non violent crimes allowed juveniles facing long prison terms to be re sentenced. And offer reentry services to inmates who have completed their full sentence. Sean Adams
NJ Attorney General says police internal affairs records should be more accessible to public
"Attorney general has ruled that police internal affairs records, including disciplinary reports should be made more accessible to the public. WCBS reporter Sean Adams joins us live from Fort Lee this morning with that story, Shawn. All in the eyes of New Jersey's attorney general Gerbier Gray wall. This is about trust and transparency, he signalled to a Senate committee committee yesterday yesterday changes changes coming. coming. He's He's rethinking rethinking New New Jersey's Jersey's policy policy of of strict strict confidentiality confidentiality when when it it comes comes to to police police internal internal investigations. investigations. The The attorney attorney general is leaning toward granting the public more access to police disciplinary records. He pointed to several other states that are more open. Victims, witnesses and whistleblowers would not be identified if they chose to remain anonymous. Last month, Gray Wall said he would release the names of fired, demoted and suspended police officers going back 20 years. Five Police union sued and Appeals court put the release on hold while the case is being considered. Attorney general is also rethinking use of force policies live
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Sean Adams is back in the leafy suburb that is still the nation's only containment zone never sell new Rochelle the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak parents and teachers bristles when just a few schools in the containment zone were closed now all will shut down for two weeks same situation in Mamaroneck parents are racing to set a day care teachers are preparing to instruct me a computer I'm glad it's close but it's a little bit more of the mind unfortunately I still go to work they say they're gonna send a link to the case you want to work at home so we see ourselves your daughter the house was just going to do we're online assignments and exactly that's all she can do that's all we can all do just wait it out schools in Yonkers are closed today to prepare for a possible long term shut down all Bergen county school district seventy five of them are closed for two weeks Jersey city schools are on a one week hiatus many other surrounding districts are are planning and preparing in case they too have to shut down the new Rochelle Sean Adams WCBS newsradio eight eighteen at W. C. B. S. traffic and weather together sponsored by link home care you gotta think Lincoln we gotta hand it off to Tom come in and we have delays now on the northern state parkway both ways but especially on the eastbound side in toward the area around swamp road we're getting reports of a collision there and lanes blocked eastbound possibly on the westbound side too so the L. I. E. that's going to be your alternate around that no not too bad through that stretch we do have somebody was still on the L. I. E. and the northern state as we get in for shelter rock road in in through the queen's life but we keep you posted on that northern state once you get into queens it's heavy on the L. I eat from at least casino Boulevard on infer what queen's Boulevard more delays turning southbound on the beach you'd be right on down through the Williamsburg bridge belt parkway westbound side heavy sunrise highway in for cross bay Boulevard with the crash there Lincoln and Holland tunnels it's get the update there are the inbound side of the Lincoln about a fifteen to twenty minutes away most of that volume just right at the bottom of the helix we've had delays at the inbound Holland also what about twenty and that coming from the covered roadway in Jersey city just grabbing a look here the inbound side G. W. B. delays now easing up pretty nicely now we're down to about ten minutes or.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Sean Adams Westchester disease detectives are retracing the steps of the new Rochelle man who contracted corona virus and the movements of his family in Westchester to see if others were exposed health commissioner surely the Ambler we will be identifying individuals of concern that we will be reaching out to some of these people might require testing some of them might not Westchester county executive George Latimer urges calm he says be smart practice good hygiene no handshakes protect yourself logic tells him corona virus will continue to spread and I believe there will be more cases mathematics tells me that so anybody that feels that they may have been exposed to this order be immediately on the phone to their healthcare professional first he says don't just show up at a hospital call first so they can arrange for a safe way to receive you to limit exposure in White Plains Sean Adams WCBS newsradio eighty there are now five pending cases of possible corona virus in New York state for which results have not yet come back from the lab the Washington state has recorded its ninth coronavirus death accounting for all U. S. deaths from cold at nineteen as Marla diamond has been reporting governor Cuomo authorized forty million dollars to go toward emergency management of the corona virus outbreaks statewide it will allow the state to hire more staff to supply quick mint and other resources Cuomo also says he's amending is paid sick leave budget proposal to protect those who have to stay home because they are being quarantined and finally any SUNY school with students to study abroad programs where corona virus has been detected we'll send those students home traffic and weather together in thirty seconds we've got a crash on the outbound Pulaski skyway your child be ready for kindergarten.
"sean adams" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
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then there's the second conversation of what actually happens with therion as all these other smart contract platforms come live in eighteen months right there are lots that are going to become torquay's so why don't we start i think probably daguin versus a theory positioned at us as kind of a final loss we talked about in this conversation station so let the theory smart contract platform competition casts in whether maybe not individual performance perform france users reserve currency narrative but if there's a cumulative in acts that is just going to be relentless landis and net negative for through versus year into q. is he and you start to actually see the competition ramp title st john worry at all about the troubles yours that's like as narrative in edge people stay you just said this contract platforms that at higher volume it's your in all sorts of missiles sill any normal well as i do want to return it's not just plus you'll ian bells and whistles is the combination that and interoperable watchings which is something very new action the friction of moving from tena chain i think gives sign or magnitude less maybe wasn't a couple of years ago yes i think they're still unafraid interchange i'd say rhymer actually matters osmosis the i'm watching that sees a little narrative of smart conscious contract words his little distracting i think of the word is knows as the money system worse and still it's if it's about trading rating at entirely open finance at the base of that money there has to be needed a value ryan asks the a trip to the native reserve asset right so you can in young honecker donated reserve asset that i dedicated in holder of a sleep needs in the beam of money what you have to do is you have to in your value ass and entertain entertain or end attacks your security so all be contract law firms are based on on the like their security derived from the value of the reserve ask in order to to maximize at security in order to provide a program value life money laid out that opened finance applications used you're base asset to be a sore valuable so the big question me when i'm looking at nicer day you're on your endurance which of these are positioning themselves in their their their base asset to ensure a monitoring pregnant on a it to me i haven't seen evidence than any of the are there there are a few up and coming pretentious doing these like having a crime increase sale with a bunch of VC's again being designated as security from security to volunteer jill helpful on the path to becoming a reserve commodity money you baseline so i'm not sea lock the on ashley mistake had settled about attacked you might i do that for her for a couple of reasons than there's important caveat so you may be what happened it definitely with is you'd probably need a base layer asset as a monetary premium to secure some of these other networks i also think that the reason that is true for a theory necessarily early but you know frankly is probably only true for ed klein and therion because they both have i think a pretty compelling story and the mysticism about their jobs you know obviously sa- toshi but laura vitale can become mean right b- because he is just one of the learn cans of our our generation releases considered to be one by so many within the community and smart contract trek new general and it was the first ticket sale there there is a bit of of mysticism just because of the outside returns on everything it has been built around the call celebrity whatever but i think it was a compelling enough origin story that down it kind of fits that bill of what you need for for any sound money the others are just incorporate no matter who you're talking about even the ones that had been in early because they raised from private industrier's because they have coordinated directors it just feels very different from from a monetary perspective now that the caveat to that is a lot of people are gonna buy the other tokens right a lot of people are going to buy a lot of people are gonna by polkadot maybe definitive ever watched and and all these other two hundred couple hundred million dollar protocol tokens that are gonna get quantity and it's not so much of their market cap is going me to reach either anytime soon but the few buying pressure on market is going to stop up something and further i in in other things equal so if if that happens what does that mean for demand for third other versus demand for bitcoin as it becomes easier us coin as a reserve for either because i can see a scenario where the next couple of years is is that lighthouse theory you start to see bitcoin rally because there's new macro group of users on the industry at theory of stagnant tagged because of all this other selling pressure and competition from all the other platforms coming live at the same time there are solutions that make it easier to pick one from our tracks right and so now it happens to either monitor do people still believe that narrative or do they become disillusioned and ultimately fall off because because actually i can just use the real commodity money which is which is point you're hear people talking about the flip anymore right maybe that narrow come back i i have not heard that term but a while it seems like temporarily some hardcore if theory has been chasing by bear market microphone is does that era of her back or or does he continue to kinda bleed get taxable angles one on the interoperability side one from preference yes investment advice but for into all the narratives everything you just said may get when i see when exactly doing it's incredible by ought to remind respect right now assessment in the market.
"sean adams" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"Will be like this but i generally think talked about the banks being the second level right versus whole fence that has like i is interesting to hear you talk about the exchanges as if they're wanting to advance i think it's really walls because all of the things you're trying to teach users to do i assume we'll be automated by along the walls rates of wayne base will stay on your behalf and they'll take a guy when baseball lens minor behalf and they'll they will use is your bitcoin or ether if you give them permission and you're getting interested in income to create zabel's right and it's not just now but i think with potentially every single while every single service provider what's going on top of that infrastructure that most of his should be attracted wed and this is about finding guinea pigs that are take the risks and i'll prove out the cure models of some of these applications before it actually automated the the enterprise level and really gets rolled out to millions of users of coined as able to offer five percents all horrors it's it's a totally firm game that your plan if had interest is coming from US or or seal point mike guy now that would obviously impressed over time but but but to me that feels the whole ballgame you can get people excited about a relatively safe way without doing their own custody of of hurting the terms at what point does this stop becoming your individual users and more almost marketing major walls i had a doctor while wallets wallet is the location where you have where you place husky estienne and so you do now enter in you are essentially the bank you regain harbor wallet but again like coins and this is all wallet when they take custody over it i think of those as the money off reserve your estates level so i guess the address your question i think that vision comes true where queen we days or like finance ready connects for providing services of yet wendy in interest i don't think he gets there to this whole vision i think that's fifty percent of the way to division the place where i loved it i loved it winners owners but where were probably have the most difference with them york's you may institutions that the actual after distract his rewind the aid apparel money i in bitcoin gets this is the central banks to disrupt access but but the second you're you're not acting shortness the second is the commercial next essentially so these are all the primates that are centralized allies in the delimitation in a big way in some of the designs that it makes not to steal instance gene not add around the dais level what will lead to you is possibly a disruption of the the central dates but the installment of a new classes kurtinaitis turtlenecks still the finances the coin basis it's extra work even the j. t. more ends when they finally get into jail they start running joining the mountain system and to me that's fifty percent of the revolution the other fifty percent of the rhetorician is weakening tonight we have protocols instead we disrupt that layers well and that's what the vessel open defies doing weekend we entrusts protocols for our money is a big win either megan also credited with landing as with compound a major docile dishes me and i hope foolish as my whole thing decision lebron both of those there's layers maglis from a central bank respected people have their own saw her and then necklace from a commercial senior leaguer center where we can actually do these verbs without acting on anti sense it does i do think that there are two totally separate concepts i the the idea of bank was money bengals commodity a lot of money is controversial anymore but when you start thinking about what's defy applications mendan- staking aching and other more proactive activity outside of owning a traditional commercial banking activity it gets a little trickier because as as are riskier germs your day compensated food rescue of your dolan and using some these open finance calls aw but be there's kind of systemic ecosystem rest if you can't cross the chasm in just get from the insular community orders basically just you know planning themselves and many accesses is a phrase and then user that actually with light to put some risk capital into the system in dollars or oren b or just wanna they just wanna find you'll read so they're they're taking the rest of their not creative specifically on and it seems you know what i said was is it seems like at least the first avenue bridge those people i think the primary users of a of programming probably be crypto late actually people that just won't follow some type of rubric because because there's information overload overwhelming to their value in curation but they'll eleven probably individual users that are more risk tolerant view yeah i totally read.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"From Ardsley with Sean Adams, there's never been a police officer shot here in Ardsley. This is a sleepy village known for shady streets. White picket fences residents are stunned. Why peaceful town around ten thirty last night? Local swat officers from multiple departments assisted, the F B I taking down a drug suspect holed up at the arts, the motel on saw mill river road near the throughway police chief, Anthony pick Alina says the suspect came out of his room shooting. Multiple shots were exchanged between the offices in the suspect. The suspect was struck and he is deceased at this time. Two of my two officers were also struck. A vest saved Greenberg. Sergeant hit in the chest. Adopts ferry officer took a to the leg. This is a one story strip motel attached units nestled in shady corner of Westchester county. The parking lot was covered with dozens of tiny orange cones evidence markers for bullet shells in Ardsley, Sean Adams, WCBS, NewsRadio eighty former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort headed to Rikers multiple reports saying he'll be transferred, their next week and will likely end up in solitary confinement. We'll facing state fraud charges. It was convicted last year on federal Bank fraud tax and conspiracy charges. If President Trump decides department of fort he could only do so on the federal conviction. Not apparently, a state one police new Canaan Connecticut are asking residents and business owners to turn over security footage from around the time that Jennifer Delos disappeared. Mother of five was last seen on may twenty four th dropping her children off at school. This is new Canaan. Police chief leeann chronic house-key in a voice mail to residents. Surveillance from homes or businesses that have cameras, which capture vehicular activity on roadway. Police in Hartford found garbage bags containing clothes and household items stained with dulas blood, the arrest warrants per estranged husband, and his girlfriend, say the couple made more than thirty stops over a four mile stretch in Hartford dumping, the garbage bags the night, Delos disappeared, for now photos, do Laos, and Michelle calmness have only been charged with tampering fabricating evidence, and hindering prosecution focus is still in custody for conus has been released, but is wearing a GPS device? The MTA has changed his mind about installing safety netting in subway platforms after another incident where woman was nearly struck by debris from the tracks Marla diamond is in Woodside with more another near-miss here under the seven line at Roosevelt avenue and fifty third street of. A piece of falling track. Nearly hit Aaron Koster as she was crossing the street on Monday with a.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Sean Adams, the measles outbreak is not subsiding. With roughly thirty percent of the nation's cases, clustered in orthodox Jewish communities. Rockland county is extending its order that infected people self quarantine at home or be fined two thousand dollars per day. Rockland county executive at day to underscore the severity of this crisis. It appears that we through our actions here in rocklin have broad focus on his shocking. Global problem. The return of preventable once of radically disease to walk community and to our nation. Meaning Rockland has become an example of what happens when a population does not get vaccinated as vaccination efforts continue the cow. County has ordered five people to stay home so far. No fines have been imposed in spring valley. Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty and there is this. A case of measles has now been confirmed in Suffolk County. There's concern that people may have been exposed to an infected adult at a Bank in Hampton bays. Anybody who was in the BNB Bank at forty eight east Montauk highway on Saturday from twelve fifteen pm until the Bank closed at one PM is being asked to contact the Suffolk County department of health. Health officials have released few details about the infected person Ben to describe him as someone who recently arrived in the US. The infection does not appear to be related to outbreaks and other New York state communities where the measles virus has been spreading for months. We are reminded that measles is extraordinarily contagious. It is one of the most contagious if not the most contagious infectious disease. Also there is now a massive outbreak underway. We are told in Madagascar, which is located off the eastern coast of Africa already over three hundred people have died in recent weeks, mostly children. It's.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Sean Adams has details they agree on the taxes? The regulations who would appoint the Commissioner's overseeing recreational marijuana now governor Murphy legislative leaders, we have to get the votes. Governor Murphy figures next year, there could be a modest sixty million in tax revenue, but that's really just the start the billions of dollars in in the economic reality. I refer to is factual if you look at other states that have done this you'll be able to request that small possession convictions from your past be expunged. So this is going to have a very robust look back provision associated with it. The price for medical marijuana. Now is about four hundred dollars per. Announce what about recreational the amount per ounce tends to drop. So if this passes when might you be able to partake we're going to require it to be cultivated in New Jersey. So this is probably an early next year reality in Jersey City, Sean Adams, WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty. Double A is launched its project to build a third track between floral park in hicksville WCBS. Feel hall says local business owners are worried about the impact of the construction Catherine grasp it is a go getter. And she says she is getting creative because she is worried about how the road closures a half mile away will affect your business Gilmore dog grooming and boarding here on culvert avenue in floral park looking into starting up a pet taxi now so that I can during these this time go get my clients dogs. The MTA is eliminating this crossing here on covert avenue. As part of the third track projects that construction will last for six months starting April fifteenth, but the effects on businesses could be long-lasting, I hashtag covert strong. Because there's also a lot of new businesses on this block a new business. We all know is very hard in the first year or two the MTA spokesperson says they are working closely with communities to minimize the impact you businesses and residents Sophia hall WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty Manhattan DA Sivan's has announced the results of a thirty eight million dollar effort to put a dent in the nation's rape kit, backlog, Vance's office and the Justice department teamed up four years ago to help communities test years old kits. Van says so far DNA evidence in more than one hundred thousand sexual assault cases has been sent for testing resulting in more than one thousand arrests and hundreds of convictions. Another one hundred fifty five thousand rape kits are still awaiting testing Verizon customers can text again after a service outage this morning. Marla diamond has the latest some texts went through others didn't customers took out their frustration on Twitter with the hash tag fixed. The Verizon outage between seven and eight AM. The company was getting a half dozen messages a minute. One response read our technicians are fully aware. We have a ton of customers that are being affected, and we're working nonstop to get this matter resolved as soon as possible it wasn't immediately clear when the outage began or exactly how many customers were affected an outage map on the website down detector showed virtually the entire east coast and Texas lit up in red by nine fifteen AM service was back to. Normal. But a company spokesman would not say what caused the outage Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Sean Adams is here now with this week story from main street about a Rockland boy with a rare genetic disorder who wants to help other children who might feel isolated and alone. The first thing that strikes you about thirteen year old Jack pose neck from new city is his radiant smile. What happened last week? What did you celebrate? My congratulations. Thank you. Jack is happy sweet and optimistic in spite of a rare genetic disorder initial life expectancy was three to five million decided, no Mia affects the autonomic sensory nervous system. So everything that you don't think about he can't do. He can't eat drink regulate blood pressure or body temperature. He feels no pain Jack's mom, Robin. Pose Nak decided to level the playing field. She created the Jack pack of virtual gaming world in which her son could play with others. So are you being bullied are you isolated? Are you sitting out there possibly thinking of suicide Sunday nights? They livestream people come over to the house to play fortnight and Madden NFL Jack attack. Lt PF is the name of our channel go to YouTube. Subscribe and like now Jack has decided to give. Give back to someone in need submit your story, and you might win a gaming system. My son gets to have friends people get to win gaming systems. And now, my son has a purpose in life Jackson eleven year old twin siblings, Charlotte and hunter, I think that makes him very happy to know that he's wanted with so many people and that he's accepted for who. He is we inspires me to do whatever. I can there's strengthen this family. Life has not been easy Adam pose neck, their dad died suddenly five years ago who taught you to be so generous. Oh, my dad your dad. What else did he teach? You can never give up. That's the best lesson. He taught you you believe that right? Never give up a new city, Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eight eight never give up. If you want to learn more about his disease now, you can help out you can go to WCBS eight eighty dot com. And maybe you're watching the Super Bowl commercials last night. There's one for Microsoft in which a child with.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Run up its prophets. Sean Adams joins us live this morning with that story. Good morning. John. Good morning. According to New Jersey's attorney general the seeds of the current opioid epidemic were planted in part right in New Jersey's own backyard. The state has filed a lengthy lawsuit against Johnson Johnson and Johnson, subsidiary Janssen, pharmaceuticals based in hundred and county, alleging deceptive marketing in pushing a couple of its opioid pain medications. Here's attorney general Verbier gray wall. They funded bogus research. They've pushed bogus theories like pseudo addiction things that have been debunked. They said that they position to innocent into ER as a safer alternative to other more powerful opioid drive says the director mentioned when in fact, they were the same types of opioid drugs. No immediate response from. Johnson. This is the third such lawsuit filed by New Jersey against a pharmaceutical company as it tries to get to the root of the addiction problem many heroin. Addicts started out on prescription pain pills, Wayne Steve. All right. Thank you. Sean testimony will continue today in the El Chapo trial after yesterday's opening statements. Let's get to Peter Haskell. Now at Brooklyn federal court moments before the jury entered the courtroom Guzman's tie was adjusted by his lawyer, then the prosecutor brisk thirty three minute opening. He described a ruthless hands and murderers narcotrafficker, he told the jury for twenty five years good months had massive quantities of drugs to the United States. And he bribed you're killing anyone who got an.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Right now seven zero three a sixteen year old is dead shot and killed near his home in east new york in what appears to be a gang related attack sean adams joins us live with the latest sean near there's anger in east new york the sixteen year old gunned down murdered justin ritchie was known in the neighborhood as good kiddie did odd jobs to help out his family was looking for a way out of the hood this neighbor was impressed with richie always help people he was always helping the elderly the old people especially women he's he'll see this woman come ask any help last evening ritchie walked out of a get pine street and blake avenue a group of men set upon him one pulled the gun and fired richie stumbled half a block and died police are looking into a possible gang connection the post reports the attackers are bloods richie's brother is a member of the crips steve paul sean adams in east new york the nypd is looking for a man who threatened the subway driver with a knife after he was confronted for the way he was treating his own son steve burns has that story everybody on the train saw it happening but this passenger told cbs to he had to step in as another man kept hitting his child who was in a stroller he was crying and that's why the quad at why does attention thin noise when he hit him on the arm cookies i really do think like that that's why hold myself and i say listen what you're doing is now right but the man didn't take kindly to the parenting advice cell phone video shows the suspect claiming he can do that because it's his son kamalia rhetoric gets heated fast with the suspect promising i will kill you on this train bro then with the stroller in one hand the suspect pulls out a knife in the other as he holds the doors opened at west fourth the nypd says the suspect is wanted for menacing that passenger says he's on the train every day and he's worried about what might happen if he runs into this guy again steve burns wcbs newsradio eight.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"There are no offers on the table we would only want to sell it however in the event that we're able to walk into seventy five acres of abandoned state property that is currently on the site so there's no direct plans to sell it on its own i would never support a cell a golf course on its own day says he plays golf he loves broad acres too but a tech campus or a movie studio the right deal could really boost the town's tax base in orange town sean adams wcbs newsradio eight eighty in this week's betrayed a ten year old boy named zack sets out on a mission to unite his broken family along the way he unearths a family secret learns a few things about himself author katie regan says the book is not about losing hope i suppose i'd like readers to read this book and yeah you know we go inside those the kind of hopes that things will work out that we will find out the tree that we will we will no happy ending but that we will find loving our allies and i think that dot com get quashed our people and hasn't been quashed ours zack which makes him so i love to write because he's still there must have walked bullying must've he does not much money in life not really easy for him he never ever ever loses face he will mend the kind of breakages in his family and i guess something that children can teach us not just that children can teach us they haven't not yet and that's really nice and if we can if we can solve hold onto that and that'd be a good thing here the interview the entire.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Are in the care of social service agency are you go here in east harlem the organization places the children in temporary foster care little is known about them mayor de blasio says he wants answers we have reached out to the trump administration asking for these answers and have not received them and it's our job all of us to say this is not america this is not what we believe in as americans were not going to stand for this we're not going to stand for our government literally withholding the truth about children who are in danger it's unclear when these children will be reunited with their parents who faced prosecution for entering the country illegally they fled violence and persecution in their homelands they face uncertainty here in east harlem sean adams wcbs newsradio eighty growing number of immigrant teenagers who came to new york as unaccompanied minors are being detained by ice it's a trend that actually started last year as we hear from marla diamond justice department data shows four hundred and sixty six unaccompanied minors have been detained by ice in the city and surrounding counties from last october through march and most of them according to the daily news we're simply detained once they became of legal age taken from group homes and schools with other children and placed in high security prison settings and they often remain there because sponsors who may be illegal themselves or too afraid to come forward to take them in marla diamond wcbs newsradio eight eighty at eleven zero five mayor de blasios in texas this morning joining other mayors at a facility for migrant children near our paso his spokesman says de blasios visiting tour neo texas on a trip organized by the us conference of mayors the decision to go there was made after the mayor visited the foster care facility in harlem and said he was frustrated that the city had not even been told about these children being sent to new york at bronx teenager was stabbed to death last night after an argument with a group of men outside of bodega on east one hundred eighty third street and bathgate avenue fifteenyearold stabbed on both sides of his neck but managed to run to saint barnabas hospital which was a block away but he didn't survive isn't clear at this point what the argument was about and no arrests have been made w cbs news.
"sean adams" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Are in play powerful voices in washington are calling on new jersey transit and metro north to figure out a way to restore service that was cut this week to riders on the past cac valley line sean adams with more from nanuet senator schumer and congresswoman lower you're putting pressure on njit to help rockland county commuters on the past gak valley line in order to speed up installation of positive train control njit scrapped half of the lines express trains one in the morning one evening and the early afternoon train on friday that caters to rockland orthodox jewish population headed home for sabbath this puts a real squeeze on the single track line that already has limited service commuters are adjusting its a little tough because i always get a train that's either a one or two trains before i need it because the cancellations are constant it's not always predictable njit is racing to meet an end of the year deadline for positive train control the critical safety upgrade congresswoman lowey says the railroad has had a decade to get this done it is not fair that commuters are made to suffer because of njit's delays at the nannu at station sean adams wcbs newsradio eighty ceremonies marking the fiftieth anniversary of robert f kennedy's death through several thousand people to arlington national cemetery kennedy was assassinated at the ambassador hotel in los angeles just moments after he won the nineteen sixty eight california presidential primary rfk's buried in arlington next to his brother president john f kennedy to thirtysix wcbs listen to us anytime anywhere get the free radio dot com app in favorite us today the high fashion hotline high the.