NY Limo Crash Lawsuit Blames ‘Brake Failure’

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Posted on August 29, 2019

Is brake failure the true culprit? (Stock photo of car brake from Wikimedia Commons user David Monniaux)
Prestige Limousine and Chauffer Services owner Shahed Hussain and his son, Nauman, who operated the company, are accused in the lawsuit of registering the stretched 2001 Ford Excursion as an 11-passenger vehicle to avoid more stringent inspections, although the vehicle seated up to 18 people, the new lawsuit states.

The Daily Gazette article here

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  • Anthony

     | about 11 months ago

    The reality is the hussains purchased a junk excursion very cheap and as the typical junk limousine operators they began to rent the vehicle.... previous passengers had complained about the condition of the junk vehicle. The local dmv should have had an inspection and determine this junk vehicle was not a proper vehice for rental The state FAILED the victims of the vehicle and the driver!!!!!! Everyone died I would like to know the age of the tires.. in 2018 did this vehicle have 2016 2017 or 2028 tires... load E? one of the victims on the deadly crashed had texted family members stating the condition of the limousine was questionable..... THE SIMPLE SOLUTION FOR STATE OFFICIALS AND PASSENGERS IS AN AGE LIMIT AND QVM MANUFACTURED VEHICLES PROBLEM SOLVED TO DATE WE HAVE OVER 23 PARTY BUS DEATHS.... MOST OF THESE DEATHS WERE IN A 2001 AGED HOME MADE PARTY BUS

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