NTSB Releases Preliminary Schoharie Limo Crash Report

Posted on February 11, 2019
The seal of the NTSB (Photo: U.S. Government)

The seal of the NTSB (Photo: U.S. Government)

The NTSB released its preliminary report Feb. 11 on the devastating limousine crash that killed 20 people in Schoharie last fall. The two-page report describes the incident on Oct. 6, but stops short of offering a cause.

News Channel 13 article here

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Comments ( 2 )
  • DAVE

     | about 12 months ago

    I totally agree with Anthony below, it's people like that which don't care what they run or how they run a company, because there cheap and always want to save a buck anywhere they can and don't care about safety or the clients well being. I see it happening in my area as well and sad to say there will always be people like that out there.

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