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Does The NY DOT Share Blame For Deadly Limo Accident?

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Posted on June 5, 2019
2002 Ford Excursion Limousine (Photo: Wikimedia Commons user Dgproffitt)

2002 Ford Excursion Limousine (Photo: Wikimedia Commons user Dgproffitt)

A retired state Department of Transportation employee is asking the New York inspector general's office to examine the role his former agency played in the Schoharie limousine crash last October that killed 20 people.

Times Union article here

Related Topics: accidents, DOT issues, lawsuits, limo crashes, New York, New York operators, New York state regulations, regulatory enforcement

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