Babylon businesses hit hard by COVID-19 face cleanup from Isaias

Long Island businesses that were hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic had more things to worry about Tuesday -- the high winds of Isaias.
Bill Zeller, the owner of Captree Clam in West Babylon, prepared by making ice in case there are power outages.
He says he wants customers to know they can go to Captree Clam to fill up their coolers. Zeller says he also has refrigerated trucks that can hold the seafood that they sell wholesale and retail.
He said that COVID-19 hit his business hard, but that no one was laid off.
Rory Hogan with Riteway Marine Solutions says his business made it through Sandy, despite dozens of boats being tossed around. He was prepared for Tuesday's storm. He says the effects from high tide were his main concern.