New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says a limousine concerned in a crash that killed 20 folks in upstate New York had failed a state inspection and shouldn’t have been on the street.
He stated Monday in Manhattan the automobile had been inspected by the state’s transportation division simply final month.
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Cuomo additionally stated the driving force didn’t have the suitable license and the stretch limo had been rebuilt in a approach that violated federal legislation.
He stated the corporate, Status Limousine, “has quite a bit to reply for.”
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Calls to the limousine firm rang unanswered Monday.
The crash Saturday within the city of Schoharie killed two pedestrians and 18 occupants of a limousine, together with 4 sisters. Kinfolk stated the group was headed to a celebration.
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