Westchester County health officials have lifted the boater and swimmer advisory about the Long Island Sound in Rye Harbor, Milton Harbor and Greenhaven in Rye; and Mamaroneck Harbor.
An underground main break released sludge near where the Blind Brook empties into Long Island Sound.
Testing now shows that the water does not pose a public health risk, according to the county's Health Department.
The following beaches have been reopened: Beach Point Club, Orienta Beach Club, Mamaroneck Beach and Yacht Club, Shore Acres Pointe and Harbor Island Park Beach, American Yacht Club, Shenorock Shore Club, Coveleigh Club and Greenhaven Association, all in Mamaroneck.
The force main was taken out of service at about 2:15 pm on Monday. High tide hindered repair efforts, say officials, but repairs were finished Tuesday evening and
water was pumped through the pipe during the night, officials said.
It is not clear how much sludge entered the Sound.
A car crashed into a Trader Joe's store in Oceanside, Long Island, Friday afternoon, police said. The accident happened at about 1 p.m. on 3418 Long Beach Road, Nassau County Police said. At least 15 people were hurt, authorities said. A dozen were taken to hospitals while three refused medical attention.
Commuters who rely on Metro-North trains to get to and from New York City will need to make adjustments to their regular travel plans. Expect reduced service on the Hudson Line between Poughkeepsie and Yonkers following Sunday's deadly train derailment in the Bronx.