Body found in river identified as mis...

Body found in river identified as missing man

There are 7 comments on the Newsday.com story from Apr 24, 2008, titled Body found in river identified as missing man. In it, Newsday.com reports that:

The body of a man found floating in the Nissequogue River has been identified as that of Robert Ungerer, the 24-year-old Port Jefferson Station man who had been missing since March, when he and a friend ...

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Ron Zoni

Warwick, NY

#1 Apr 25, 2008
He won't be driving off of boat ramps anymore. At least they can bury him now with his buddy.
Local residents can go back to fishing.
aaa

Baldwin, NY

#2 Apr 25, 2008
i dare you to come to his wake and say that
Friend from J Ferry

Lindenhurst, NY

#3 Apr 26, 2008
Rob was a good guy and no one should speak bad of him. I hope that all friends and loved ones are able to heal and that Rob rests in peace.
Ron Zoni

Warwick, NY

#4 Apr 26, 2008
aaa wrote:
i dare you to come to his wake and say that
When and where is it? It's the truth.
Ron Zoni

Warwick, NY

#5 Apr 26, 2008
Friend from J Ferry wrote:
Rob was a good guy and no one should speak bad of him. I hope that all friends and loved ones are able to heal and that Rob rests in peace.
He may have been a nice guy, but he was disturbed and for some reason drove off a boat ramp. At least they have something to bury and the wondering is over.
Ron Zoni

Warwick, NY

#8 Apr 27, 2008
aaa wrote:
i dare you to come to his wake and say that
Well where is it? Now there is someone else that wants to go.
a friend

East Hampton, NY

#9 Sep 21, 2011
Ron Zoni wrote:
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Well where is it? Now there is someone else that wants to go.
If you had gone to his wake and disrespected Rob like that, I guarantee you would have been at the very least laid out, if not put into a coma for several months. Rob was a great and caring guy, and not disturbed at all. The only reason the car vaulted into the river is because it was raining very heavily that night, and the signs were not visible under those conditions. When it rains as hard as it was, it's almost impossible to tell the difference between pavement and water. The ramp had nothing in place to warn motorists. Since then I believe the town has put up flashing lights and other kinds of precautions. But shame on you for speaking of the deceased like that.

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