New Lawsuits Filed In Schoharie Limo Crash Case

Albany, N.Y. - A pair of new lawsuits has been filed in connection with the deadly limo crash in Schoharie.

The first lawsuit involves allegations the state didn't do enough to make sure roads in the area of the crash were safe enough. There were also questions raised about the inspections of the 2001 Ford Excursion involved in the tragedy.

The second lawsuit targets limousine operator Nauman Hussain, his father and Mavis Discount Tire. They're all accused of negligence when it came to maintaining the vehicle.

Hussain has been charged with manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide in connection of the crash that killed 20 including a SUNY Oswego Professor. He faces trial next year.

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