16 people were rushed to various Suffolk County hospitals on Sunday after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning from a boat ride. Police say on June 28th, 2020 a 35-foot private boat was traveling from the Bronx to Port Jefferson, when multiple people on the boat, became sick. The boat docked at Danford’s Marina, located at 25 East Broadway. Marine Bureau and Sixth Precinct police officers, as well as members of the Port Jefferson Fire Department, the United States Coast Guard, Brookhaven Town Bay Constables and Fire Marshals, responded to the dock and determined there was carbon monoxide inside the cabin of the boat, effecting 12 adults and four children ages 10 to 13. The origin of the carbon monoxide is under investigation but has been ruled non-criminal. After a safety inspection of the vessel, two tickets were issued for having expired safety flares and having less than the required number of personal flotation devices. The patients were transported via ambulance to Stony Brook University Hospital, St. Charles Hospital and John T. Mather Memorial Hospital, both in Port Jefferson, for treatment.