When we’ll see more rain this week
CLOSINGS/DELAYS: Find Virginia weather closings and delays here

Search ends tragically for two young boys missing on Staten Island

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

STATEN ISLAND, NY (WCBS)–The search for two missing boys on Staten Island has ended tragically.

The NYPD spent more than two days searching a marshy area off Father Capodanno Boulevard.

The boys, 4 and 2, were with their mother trying to leave the area during the height of the storm Monday when their SUV hit a tree and stalled. Glenda Moore and her boys got out of the car and went to a nearby home looking for help.

Moore knocked on a man’s door for help but he said “no” and turned her away, Smith reported.

Moore was then clinging to life — hanging on to a railing — when a surge of water came up and took her 4-year-old son, Connor, and her 2-year-old son, Brandon, who came right out of her arms, Smith reported.

When the water receded, the boys were nowhere to be found.

Their bodies were found Thursday morning in a wooded marsh.

Moore was on the scene when police confirmed her worst fears, Smith reported.

Sandy has been blamed for at least 37 deaths in New York City.