Danbury Restaurant Owners Die in Plane Crash; Fisherman Dies in Kent Boating Mishap; Metro North Adds Holiday Trains; Gas Prices Drop
Things you need to know on November 23.
Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following.
- Family members are confirming that the victims of a small-plane crash in New York state are Val Horsa and his wife Taew Robinson, owners of the Bangkok Restaurant in Danbury. Read the full story in the NewsTimes.com.
- A Stamford man has died following what appears to be a fishing accident in Kent. State environmental conservation officers say two men apparently fell from a small boat on Lake Waramaug Sunday morning. Get the details at Newstimes.com
- Are you traveling between Connecticut and New York City for Thanksgiving? Metro North is adding extra trains for people heading home from the city Wednesday afternoon. More trains will also be added for Thanksgiving morning because of the parade. ctpost.com
- If you're driving for the Thanksgiving holiday, gas is cheaper. According to a new Lundberg survey gas prices are at their lowest point in ten months, and about 70-cents lower than they were last year.
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