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One Year After Limo Crash: Where Is The Green Arrow?

Posted on June 29, 2016

NORTH FORK, N.Y. -- July will mark one year since the greatest tragedy the North Fork has arguably ever seen, when four young women were killed in a horrific limo crash at the site.

Today, residents are outraged that despite the fact that Suffolk County installed a new traffic light at the intersection this year, no green turning arrow was included.

In the days after an ABC7 Eyewitness News report last month showed that limos are continuing to make U- turns at the site, residents are demanding answers — and action.

Patch.com article here

Related Topics: fatalities, limo crashes, New York operators, passenger safety, traffic assessment

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