Off-duty Suffolk cop, Coram man pull woman from burning car on County Road 83
An off-duty Suffolk police lieutenant and a Coram man are being hailed as heroes Tuesday after rescuing a woman from a fiery car wreck.Three vehicles were in involved in the crash on County Road 83 and police say two of the drivers were drunk. Lieutenant Mark Fisher and Matthew Shackles rescued the woman, who was a passenger in one of the cars. All four people involved in the crash were taken to Stony Brook University Hospital. Two of the drivers, 23-year-old Joseph Hubert, of Coram, and 46-year-old Betty Nava, of Mastic, are facing DWI charges.