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Questions Linger About Fatal New York Limousine Crash

Posted on January 2, 2019
Almost three months after the crash that killed 20 people, federal investigators have yet to get full access to the wrecked limousine, similar to the Ford Excursion stretch pictured here. (LCT file photo)

Almost three months after the crash that killed 20 people, federal investigators have yet to get full access to the wrecked limousine, similar to the Ford Excursion stretch pictured here. (LCT file photo)

SCHOHARIE, N.Y. --- Speaking on the eve of 2019, Schoharie Town Supervisor Alan Tavenner says they're still waiting for NTSB investigation results. "Right now we don't really know any more than we did a week or so after it happened, unfortunately."

Several of the families are moving ahead with lawsuits. NTSB officials say they still have not been able to fully examine the limousine.

WAMC-TV news report here

LCT: Limo crash background articles here

Related Topics: accidents, criminal incidents, fatalities, law enforcement, limo crashes, New York operators

Comments ( 1 )
  • Chris Hundley

     | about 7 months ago

    How do they not have a toxicology report on the chauffeur available by now or even a week after?

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