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Feb 3, 2016 9:55 AMPublication: The Southampton Press

Driver OK After Car Ends Up In Water Wednesday Morning In North Sea

A man drove his white Range Rover into Bullhead Bay Wednesday morning. DANA SHAW
Feb 3, 2016 11:50 AM

A car was submerged in the water after the driver veered off West Neck Road in North Sea and into Bullhead Bay Wednesday morning.

According to Southampton Town Police Lieutenant Susan Ralph, the driver, Jeff Bradley, was able to remove himself from his white Range Rover and get out of the water. He immediately called police.

Mr. Bradley was being evaluated by an ambulance crew, but “he is okay,” Lt. Ralph said, adding that police were working on removing the car from the water. Rapid Recovery towing was also on scene.

Further information was not immediately available, including the cause of the accident or Mr. Bradley’s age.

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testing out the range rover's water wading ability ??
By labrams (6), Southampton on Feb 3, 16 4:26 PM
I once saw a police chase end at that same spot. That SUV hydroplaned quite a ways and the police stopped their car and went in the water to arrest the driver. Must have been around 1993 or 1994.
By Killerfrog (38), Southampton on Feb 3, 16 7:37 PM
well maybe he wanted to go clamming
By BrianWilliams (87), on Feb 3, 16 7:42 PM
The location in the story is incorrect. That's the end of West Neck Point Road which leads into Sebonac Creek.
By Jaws (245), Amity Island on Feb 3, 16 10:45 PM
No . . . its not
By CaptainSig (716), Dutch Harbor on Feb 4, 16 9:08 AM
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Should've opted for the snorkel kit
By Mouthampton (439), Southampton on Feb 4, 16 9:23 AM
More unwanted petroleum products in the water. Thanks a lot, idiot.
By Nukiepoo (123), Southampton on Feb 10, 16 8:32 PM