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The death cause of all 20 people killed in a 6th limousine crash in New York New York was determined to be serious, traumatic blunt injury, the New York State Police Major Robert E. Patnaude said Friday.
Autopsy results from Dr. Michael Sikirica from the Albany Medical Center did not include conclusions from drug tests, which are waiting, Patnaude said in a statement.
Scott Lisinicchia, 53, was among those killed when the 2001
trip took off, he drove down on a hill, passed a stop sign and hit a vehicle in the parking lot of a rural store in the town of Schoharie, NY
Passengers were led to a brewery in Cooperstown to celebrate Amy Steen’s 30th birthday, which was also in the limousine. Two pedestrians also died when the vehicle hit the limonon hit them.
The cause of the crash was investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board. Federal security records obtained by NBC News documented several quote for the vehicle in 2018, including having “braking out of operation” and on the road without proof of proper inspection. “
” The company owner had no business that made a failure vehicle on the road, “said New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo two days after the tragedy.
The authorities said that Lisinicchia was not allowed to drive a car with so many passengers. Mrs. Kim Lisinicchia said he had complained to Limousine’s owner, Prestige Limousine of Gansevort, New York, about the condition of the vehicle.
The registered operator, Nauman Hussain, was accused of a criminal misconduct alleging that an incorrectly licensed driver could drive a vehicle that was not authorized as traffic available as limousine rentals.
“The sole responsibility for the motorway on Saturday is at Nauman Hussain,” New York State Police Superintendent George Beach said earlier this month.
His lawyer , Lee Kindon, said the prosecutors “jumped the gun” by loading Hussain. He said his client’s father ran the company day to day.