Connecticut boating laws in question after death of Emily Fedorko

Emily Fedorko, 16, had been on a boat

Emily Fedorko, 16, had been on a boat with three teenage friends. (Credit: News 12)

Greenwich Selectman Drew Marzullo spoke to News 12 about his push to have state boating laws reviewed.

The talk comes after a local teen was killed in a tubing accident off Greenwich Point last week. She had been in a boat driven by her 16-year-old friend.

As it stands, Marzullo says those 13 and older can get their boating license and those 16 and older are able to drive without an...

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