NEW YORK — The New York City ferry was stranded in the East River Monday night after the vessel reportedly went aground. The NYPD and FDNY were responding.
Passengers aboard near Pier 11 posted video of the scene as life jackets were handed out and rescue boats were deployed.
It was unclear if the ferry was taking on water—no injuries were reported.
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The NYC Ferry is operated by Hornblower and travels between Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx on the East River.