Headlines: Substance abuse treatment center, Irvington deer rescue, safest city rankings
Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
There's a ribbon cutting for a new mobile treatment unit today for those suffering from substance abuse. It's at the Sullivan County Legislative Building in Monticello. The county is partnering with the Bridge Back to Life Center. The event is at 1 p.m.
A deer was rescued in Irvington on Wednesday. News 12 was told the deer had fallen into a newly poured foundation for a home there. Quality Pro Pest and Wildlife Services, along with Greenburgh Animal Control and the Irvington police and fire departments, were able to save the deer. It was released and was not hurt.
Some Hudson Valley communities have made a new list of the safest cities in the U.S. Pine Plains in Dutchess County is ranked eighth and Cornwall, in Orange County, is 22nd. Yonkers came in as the eighth safest "mid-size city" while Carmel, in Putnam, came in at 7th in the "small cities" category. The survey by CC Camera TV World used the most recent FBI data on crime rates to create the rankings.