"The car was completely submerged, but I saw bubbles coming to the surface and then a man broke through," said Sneddon, of Wantagh, L.I., the son of Fairway co-founder David Sneddon.
kept screaming, 'I can't swim!I can't swim!'"Sneddon
picked up a 15-foot-long metal pole from the broken fence and extended it to Dunbar, who was flailing desperately as he
tried to tread water.
When Dunbar, 40, of Queens, grabbed the rod, Sneddon
pulled him to shore and lifted him 4 feet to the parking lot.
looked like he
was in shock," Sneddon
said, "and he
kept yelling, 'My buddy's in there, and he's