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Driver In Stretch Limo Crash Had Drugs In His System

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Posted on April 3, 2019
Intersection where Oct. 6, 2018 fatal stretch limousine crash occurred that killed 20 people (Wikimedia Commons photo)

Intersection where Oct. 6, 2018 fatal stretch limousine crash occurred that killed 20 people (Wikimedia Commons photo)

SCHOHARIE — The driver of a Ford Excursion limousine that crashed in Schoharie last October, killing 20 people, had a "significant" amount of marijuana in his system at the time he died, according to two people with knowledge of the driver's post-mortem toxicology report.

The autopsy results also revealed that the driver, 53-year-old Scott T. Lisinicchia, had traces of anti-seizure medication in his body, one of the sources said.

SFGate.com article here

Related Topics: accidents, fatalities, law enforcement, limo crashes, New York operators, passenger safety, stretch limousine

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