Around 1 a.m. this morning, WABC 7 reports that a 30-foot pleasure boat in the Hudson River near Jersey City capsized—"apparently after being struck by another vessel." The four people aboard the boat were rescued from the Hudson River by another boater: "Eyewitness News is told that Good Samaritan took them onto his vessel and to shore at Pier 40, near Canal Street. The four were treated by EMS for minor injuries." The NYPD towed the capsized boat to Jersey City and the Coast Guard will investigate the damage to the boat and see whether it was hit by another boat. A black-and-white commercial boat may have hit the vessel. Photo: wallyg on Flickr