Operations

Deadly Limo Accident Yields Safety Moves

Posted on September 23, 2015

Traffic signal to be activated at scene of Cutchogue limo crash that killed 4

Suffolk workers are expected to activate a traffic signal early next month at the site of a July limousine crash that killed four women on a North Fork winery tour, a county official said.

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Crackdown on limousines, buses in Southold -- site of deadly limo crash

A weekend crackdown on buses and limousines in Southold resulted in more than three dozen tickets issued to the operators of 17 vehicles.

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