Drunk Man Directs Busy New York City Traffic

A drunk man acted as a NJ Transit employee and has been directing traffic at busy New York City intersections. This news story shows how alcohol abusers become less responsible to themselves and others and should check into a detox center such as South Florida's Harbor Village.

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'An alcohol dependency can quickly turn you into a less responsible person on a course for destruction. Your solution? Check into a detox center such as Harbor Village,' said Robert Niznik, Harbor Village CEO.

Miami, Florida (PRWEB) July 19, 2013

NBC 4 New York reported on 5/22 in Exclusive: Man Directs Midtown Traffic for NJ Transit While Drunk, that an intoxicated man, Hector Santiago, has been illegally working as a N.J. Transit traffic control employee and directing traffic at a busy New York City intersection. Santiago said he is homeless and an alcoholic.

Getting caught drunk in public places and causing dangerous situations are some of the many issues alcoholics may face. Alcohol abuse is a serious problem that can cost an addict their career, home, family, friends and self respect. Anyone with an alcohol dependency should check into a 24/7 medically supervised detox center such as Harbor Village and receive the help they deserve to recover.

Located in South Florida, Harbor Village, helps clients receive private alcohol rehab in a luxury, state-of-the art environment. Clients are welcomed with upscale accommodations including a beautifully furnished suite with satellite television, over an acre of outdoor lounge area, spa, salon, massage and acupuncture services, nutritious, gourmet dining and the personalized support of a friendly, knowledgeable staff.

In the new story, Exclusive: Man Directs Midtown Traffic for NJ Transit While Drunk, NJ Transit told NBC 4 New York that Santiago is not an employee and is not authorized to be directing traffic. Officials said he would be removed as soon as possible.

A commuter, Sean Patrick Hillman, was concerned about the potentially dangerous situation Santiago was creating. When he told NBC 4 New York about this problem, he said, "at the end of the day, it's not going to help him. It's only going to feed his addiction."

“An alcohol dependency can quickly turn you into a less responsible person on a course for destruction. Your solution? Check into a detox center such as Harbor Village,” said Robert Niznik, Harbor Village CEO.

For more information, visit: http://harborvillageflorida.com/ 
or call the 24/7 hotline at 1-855-338-6900.

Media Contact: 
Robert Niznik 
Harbor Village 
Miami, FL 
305-999-5728 
robert(at)harborvillageflorida(dot)com


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