Schoharie, N.Y. - It's going to be a few more days before the NTSB releases its preliminary report on the limousine tragedy in Schoharie.
Information likely won't be released until next week. Investigators say they're looking into the condition of the limo before the crash and if there were enough seatbelts for the passengers. State Police are also conducting their own separate investigation into what happened last week.
Twenty people, including a SUNY Oswego professor, died in the accident.
Meantime, services continue today for the victims. Mourners will gather at a wake at Saint Stanislaus Church in Amsterdam this afternoon to remember Abigail Jackson, Adam Jackson, Mary Dyson, Robert Dyson, Allison King, Amy Steenburg, Axel Steenburg and Richard Steenburg Junior. Their funeral will follow on Saturday. Memorials and services for other victims will continue through the weekend.
Flags around the state are being flown at half-staff in their honor.