George Soros' 28-year-old son was injured in a boating accident in the Hamptons

The 28-year-old son of billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros was injured in a boating accident in the Hamptons over the holiday weekend, The New York Post reports.

Gregory J. Soros was a passenger onboard a 40-foot recreational boat called “Satisfactory” that hit a sandbar in Shinnecock Bay on Sunday evening around 6:30 p.m.

According to Southampton Patch, Gregory lost consciousness when the boat hit land. He was taken to the hospital for possible rib and head injuries, the report said.

The boat’s captain, 34-year-old Gregory Nissen, was also taken to the hospital.

We’ve reached out to Southampton Town Police for an update.

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