4 young men rescued after boat flips in waters off Seaford

? Officials say four young men are lucky to be alive after their boat flipped in the waters off Seaford. Police say the three teens

SEAFORD - ? Officials say four young men are lucky to be alive after their boat flipped in the waters off Seaford. Police say the three teens and a 20-year-old from Seaford were in an 18-foot boat when it capsized in Great Island Channel.

The four young men swam to a nearby island together and then one of them swam to the mainland for help. The Marine Bureau and Wantagh Fire Department found the other three men and brought them back to John Burns Park in Massapequa.All four men are expected to be OK.

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