New York

Police will still scan river surface for 3rd tug crew member

Police say they'll continue to scan the surface of the Hudson River in hopes of spotting the third crew member who's presumed dead after a tugboat crash north of New York City.

Westchester County Police spokesman Kieran O'Leary says units will watch Monday for the body of Harry Hernandez, of Staten Island. However, it's believed his remains are located in a section of the sunken tugboat that divers were not able to access.

The 90-foot tugboat named Specialist hit a construction barge Saturday where workers are building the new Tappan (TAP'-uhn) Zee Bridge.

On Sunday, divers recovered the body of Timothy Conklin, of Westbury, New York. The body of Paul Amon, of Bayville, New Jersey, was retrieved Saturday.

A team also has been working to contain spilled fuel.