New York

Police rescue 35 passengers aboard stalled vessel in Hudson River

The disabled Clearwater on the Hudson River.

The disabled Clearwater on the Hudson River.  (Palisades Parkway Police)

Authorities in New York rescued about 35 passengers from a disabled boat in the Hudson River on Monday.

Palisades Interstate Parkway police responded to the vessel, identified as the Clearwater, at around 6 p.m. that was stalled near the New York state line. No one was injured, according to NBC New York.

According to NJ.com, the Clearwater is a nonprofit craft operated in Beacon, N.Y. It hosts sailing trips along the Hudson River to promote environment awareness.

It’s unclear what caused the boat to become disabled.