20 killed in New York limousine accident

Authorities say limousine sped down hill, crashing into pedestrians


Afp October 07, 2018
crime scene PHOTO:REUTERS

NEW YORK: Twenty people have been killed in a two-car crash in New York state, police said, with local media reporting that one of vehicles slammed into a crowd of pedestrians at a country store.

Police said the accident occurred at Saturday when two cars collided in Schoharie County, near the state capital, Albany.

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The Albany Times Union cited police as saying an SUV-style stretch limousine involved in the collision sped down a hill, crashing into pedestrians outside the Apple Barrel Country Store and Cafe.

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cautious | 2 years ago | Reply Owner of the Limo company is Shahed Hussain a Pakistani who fled Pakistan in 90's after accused of murder. He's a former FBI informant. The limo was inspected last month and declared unfit for driving - the driver of the limo didn't hold a license to drive the vehicle. The State of NY has issued order to shut his business down. My guess this guy is going to spend some time in jail and spend his entire Net Worth on legal fees/lawsuits.
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