Tropical Storm Henri leaves major flooding around LI, closes Robert Moses State Park

Officials say Fire Island National Seashore will be back open with limited visitor services.

News 12 Staff

Aug 23, 2021, 11:38 AM

Updated 1,056 days ago


Tropical Storm Henri has left major flooding in surrounding areas on Long Island. 
Officials say they had to close Robert Moses State Park Monday morning due to flooding. 
Several streets in the neighborhood are also flooded.  
While some places are seeing the effects of the storm, most transportation services are back to normal. 
The Fire Island Ferries reopened on Monday morning.  
On Saturday, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone issued a voluntary evacuation order from Fire Island. Ferry service was suspended on Sunday. 
Please follow the Davis Park FerrySayville Ferry Service, and Fire Island Ferries company websites for the most up-to-date information regarding ferry service to Fire Island communities  

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