92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: September 21 5AM
New details about the Holmdel lacrosse player who died during a weekend game at Rutgers only compound the tragedy.
In an online note, his parents say Jack Dowd had a hidden heart syndrome, a-r-v-d which often afflicts young people.
His funeral is today in Holmdel.
An offshore storm update from meteorologist Dan Zarrow....Jose is in a holding pattern about 250 miles off Atlantic City and that will keep coastal flood warnings in effect for the next several high tides.
He predicts three possible moves as maria runs up behind...One of them in our direction.
See his forecast at wobm.com.
Don't judge a car by its title....we're talking about hurricane-impacted cars that haven't been marked as such.
New Jersey learned this lesson shortly after sandy and may have to worry again in the wake of Harvey and Irma.
Ocean County sports-watch:
During the Yankees Wednesday 11-3 route and sweep of the Twins, a young fan was struck in the face with a 105-mph foul ball of the bat of Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier at Yankee stadium.
Frazier immediately crouched outside of home-plate as he and other players looked on shaken.
After the game he said it was an ugly sight.
"I saw the whole thing," said Frazier. "I know the dad or whoever was with them was trying their hardest but the balls probably coming about 120-mph at them."
Following the game the yankees said the girl was ok and was taken to a hospital for treatment.
Elsewhere in the ocean county sports-watch...
Mets defeated by the marlins 9-2
Phillies top the dodgers 7-5