Friday, February 10, 2017




Cuomo and crew help stranded motorist in Westchester

After being a Good Samaritan, Cuomo eventually made it
to his tour and briefing on Long Island. 

HAWTHORNE – Governor Andrew Cuomo and his entourage, on their way to view storm damage on Long Island, stopped to help a stranded motorist during Thursday’s snowstorm.

The governor was traveling on the Sprain Brook Parkway in Westchester County when they came upon the motorist stuck in snow off the side of the highway.

As the convoy passed near Hawthorne, it pulled over to aid the motorist who was not identified.

Cuomo's tour and briefing on Long Island were delayed when he was being a Good Samaritan in Westchester.


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