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CLIFTON, New Jersey (WABC) -- The New Jersey State Trooper helicopter crew that hoisted first responders from the Passaic River Wednesday in dramatic fashion spoke out Thursday.Trooper Shamik Songui said it was his first ever rapid water rescue but he was fearless hanging down from the chopper trying to pull two Clifton firefighters out of their partially sunken rescue boat."The first one definitely felt a little bit easier. The second one was more challenging, but once the pilot figured out the situation, it was pretty ea...
CLIFTON, New Jersey (WABC) -- The New Jersey State Trooper helicopter crew that hoisted first responders from the Passaic River Wednesday in dramatic fashion spoke out Thursday.
Trooper Shamik Songui said it was his first ever rapid water rescue but he was fearless hanging down from the chopper trying to pull two Clifton firefighters out of their partially sunken rescue boat.
"The first one definitely felt a little bit easier. The second one was more challenging, but once the pilot figured out the situation, it was pretty easy," Songui said.
It all began when a boat with a small team of contractors working on a construction project upstream along the Dundee Dam Falls got disconnected from another boat and drifted, getting stuck teetering on the edge of the falls.
That's when the Clifton Fire Department was called in, but the swift current of the Passaic River proved treacherous even for the rescue team.
"We went out there with our boat and attempted to rescue them," Clifton Mayor Raymond Grabowski said. "Our rescue boat went over the falls with our men in it and was submerged."
The two firefighters in it had successfully rescued the workers, but now they themselves needed to be rescued from their partially submerged boat.
Songui said rescuing the first firefighter went smoothly, but the second was more difficult because he was swinging like a pendulum back and forth waiting for the right approach.
He was being aided by Sgt. Jason Jorgensen who controlled the hoist and made sure the pilot put Songui in the right place.
"I'm trying to guide or tell the pilot what to do, to get the rescuer into the boat on the ground. So it's a pretty hair-raising event," Jorgensen said.
They are an elite unit that practices these operations monthly and there were a lot of obstacles to consider when making a rescue like the one that played out live on Eyewitness News.
The pilot, Lt. Enrique Villa, said the second hoist operation took two attempts.
"Our second hoist, it didn't go to plan like the first one. We were able to fix it with our training and on the third loop come in. So we were just happy to that we were able to reach them and it didn't turn into anything worse," Villa said.
Everyone involved escaped uninjured.
Corrado’s is an institution in New Jersey, but some of its footprint could be replaced by an even more ubiquitous retailer: Amazon.A real estate investor proposed building a 187,000-square-foot warehouse at Corrado’s location at 558-600 Getty Avenue in Clifton, NorthJersey.com reported. Approval would lead to the demolition of the retailer&rsqu...
Corrado’s is an institution in New Jersey, but some of its footprint could be replaced by an even more ubiquitous retailer: Amazon.
A real estate investor proposed building a 187,000-square-foot warehouse at Corrado’s location at 558-600 Getty Avenue in Clifton, NorthJersey.com reported. Approval would lead to the demolition of the retailer’s garden and pet markets, although Corrado’s flagship supermarket would remain.
The applicant is a limited liability company, but its mailing address is connected to the Carlyle Group, which did not immediately return a request from The Real Deal for comment.
The warehouse would also displace other tenants at the Corrado-owned site, including Planet Fitness and Aladdin Pizza. It would have 26 loading bays and 150 parking spaces. The facade would look more like an office than an industrial building, an aspect the city favors.
The local zoning board will review the application Wednesday night.
The city manager said the economic development committee has already met with the development principals, who appeared to be “gearing up for a specific use,” the official said. That did little to quiet the rumors that e-commerce behemoth Amazon may be the primary or only tenant.
For the project to happen, ownership would need to sell the site. Corrado’s, which has operated in Clifton since the 1970s, has faced some financial hardship recently, including losing the Point View Shopping Center in Wayne to foreclosure last year.
The company was also locked out of the Laurel Square shopping center in Brick Township last year after the landlord got tired of waiting for its store to open, NorthJersey reported. Corrado’s said it was delayed by the pandemic but was just weeks away from welcoming customers when the landlord backed out.
Various properties in New Jersey and beyond have been converted, or eyed for conversion, to industrial from other uses as online shopping boomed during the pandemic. In Franklin Lakes, S. Hekemian Group has reduced its 640-unit housing proposal to only 305 units, and plans to replace the eliminated housing with two warehouses spanning 495,000 square feet.
— Holden Walter-Warner
Construction began on Hackensack Meridian Health’s new 80,000-square-foot medical center in Clifton on May 2, 2023.The Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) Ambulatory Care Center is set on the southeast corner of Clifton’s ON3 campus. ON3 is a 116-acre campus and biotech office space adjacent to Route 3 that serves as New Jersey’s largest contemplated redevelopment.The announcement was made by Prism Capital Partners, a value-added real estat...
Construction began on Hackensack Meridian Health’s new 80,000-square-foot medical center in Clifton on May 2, 2023.
The Hackensack Meridian Health (HMH) Ambulatory Care Center is set on the southeast corner of Clifton’s ON3 campus. ON3 is a 116-acre campus and biotech office space adjacent to Route 3 that serves as New Jersey’s largest contemplated redevelopment.
The announcement was made by Prism Capital Partners, a value-added real estate operator centered in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. Development of the new construction is handled by Prism Construction Management.
“This state-of-the-art facility is aligned with Hackensack Meridian Health’s mission to deliver the highest-quality healthcare services to the local community,” noted Eugene Diaz, principal partner at Prism Capital Partners. “It is exciting to see this much-anticipated campus addition officially underway.”
The four-story, 80,000-square-foot Ambulatory Care Center designed by Gensler includes several world-class medical amenities. The HMH property will feature an ambulatory surgical center, as well as multi-specialty practice areas.
Reid Brockmeier, Gensler’s co-managing director, highlighted the care center’s intended balance between function and aesthetics.
“The focal point of the design is the end-to-end hospitality-driven patient experience, from its welcoming double height arrival and daylight-enriched spaces to the moment patients receive medical care,” Brockmeier said.
Hackensack Meridian Health has a sizable presence on the ON3 campus. HMH currently occupies academic, research and development spaces. ON3 is also home to HMH’s School of Medicine and Center for Discovery and Innovation.
The ON3 campus was founded in 2016, when Prism Capital Partners purchased the former Hoffman-La Roche North American Headquarters campus on Route 3 between Nutley and Clifton.
Today, ON3 boasts 1.45 million square feet of office, lab and R&D space with 100% occupancy. Current tenants include Quest Diagnostics, Ralph Lauren, and Seton Hall University’s Graduate College of Nursing and School of Health and Medical Sciences,
Another 2 million square feet of new space is planned for ON3, including the construction of the new HMH Ambulatory Care Center.
“Hackensack Meridian Health has been committed to ON3 from the start,” Diaz remarked. “We take great pride in our expanding relationship and our ability to accommodate this healthcare leader’s diverse needs in a single location.”
CLIFTON — Claire Annuik was motivated to run particularly fast at the NJSIAA North 1, Group 4 800 meters on Friday afternoon. She had to get from Clifton Stadium to the Morris Hills prom.Annuik turned in a personal-best 2:16.34 to win the 800, qualifying for New Balance Outdoor Nationals. But then the fun really started, as her Morristown teammates held up a burgundy tarp so Annuik could shimmy into her royal blue sequined column dress. She'd chosen short heels so she could get back out on the track when the secti...
CLIFTON — Claire Annuik was motivated to run particularly fast at the NJSIAA North 1, Group 4 800 meters on Friday afternoon. She had to get from Clifton Stadium to the Morris Hills prom.
Annuik turned in a personal-best 2:16.34 to win the 800, qualifying for New Balance Outdoor Nationals. But then the fun really started, as her Morristown teammates held up a burgundy tarp so Annuik could shimmy into her royal blue sequined column dress. She'd chosen short heels so she could get back out on the track when the sectional meets continue on Saturday morning.
The meet was suspended with the 3,200 meters and the second set of field events underway. It will resume at 9:30 a.m. Saturday from that point.
The top seed in the 800, Annuik confessed she'd "thrown up a couple of times" from the anxiety before the gun finally went off. She also was a little uncomfortable without usual Morris County opponents Ivory Piskula from Morris Hills and Mendham junior Anna Shaw.
Junior Ester Kirk was second and Nia Freeman third, giving Morristown 19 points from the single event. The Colonials girls lead Ridgewood, 41-38, after the first day of North 1, Group 4 competition.
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"It's good to have my first big win," said Annuik, who had placed second in the 800 at sectionals last spring. "Coach (Peter) DiGennaro told me I had to run it wire to wire, taking it from the beginning and not letting anyone have a chance to catch up. That's what I did."
? Morristown junior Aaliyah Murphy posted a personal-best 1:01.32 to win the North 1, Group 4 400-meter hurdles, crushing the previous 7-year-old meet record. It's the top time in New Jersey this spring, and one of the fastest times in the United States.
? Wallkill Valley opened the North 1, Group 1 meet with a school and sectional record of 43.49 to win the boys 4x100. Senior Chris Ross, the anchor on the 4x1, also won the long jump (22-4) and was third behind Kinnelon senior Jack Ahart (10.9) and Cresskill junior Joshua Yoon in the 100 meters. Another member of the Rangers' 4x100, senior Dylan Bonser, won the 400 hurdles (55.84).
Wallkill Valley leads Hasbrouck Heights, 48-41, in North 1, Group 1 boys, with Kinnelon third with 40 points, after the first day. The Aviators girls are ahead of Hawthorne, 30.5 to 21.
Supermarket chain Stew Leonard’s is opening another Garden State location.The popular Connecticut-based retailer is coming to Clifton at 467 Allwood Rd. in the Styertowne Shopping Center, ...
Supermarket chain Stew Leonard’s is opening another Garden State location.
Stew Leonard’s is planned to open sometime in 2024 although an exact date has yet to be announced.
This will be Stew Leonard’s second New Jersey store. The family-owned chain made its Garden State debut in Paramus in 2019.
”My family and I just made a deal to have a new Stew Leonard’s take over the Seasons market in Clifton,” Stew Leonard, Jr., president and CEO, said. “We are excited because we’ll be able to sell both food and wine in the store as we plan to move Stew Leonard’s Wines & Spirits of Clifton into the new location.”
Stew Leonard’s is known as “the Disneyland of dairy stores” for its in-store animatronics.
The grocery store offers fresh produce, dairy, meats, seafood, prepared food, pantry and household items.
The company originally opened in 1969 and operates seven locations throughout Connecticut, New York and New Jersey.
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