Paul Schulman was watching the news on television last fall when he learned of the limousine crash in upstate Schoharie, where 20 people were killed.
Mr. Schulman of Smithtown, who lost his daughter Brittney in a limo crash on Route 48 in Cutchogue three years earlier, said ‘here we go again.’ READ
The Peconic man accused of drunken driving in the fatal 2015 limousine crash that led to the death of four young women in Cutchogue pleaded guilty Wednesday to driving while ability impaired. READ
This year, charges of criminally negligent homicide were brought, and later dismissed, against the limousine driver involved in the 2015 Cutchogue crash that killed four young women and injured four others.
A Suffolk judge has granted a motion requested by the pickup driver involved in the fatal limousine crash in Cutchogue last year to hold a hearing to determine whether blood alcohol results were properly taken. READ
Tucked between the flowers planted at the site of last summer’s tragic limo crash in Cutchogue rests a prayer typed onto a piece of paper. At the bottom reads a note that says “One year too long. We miss you girls.” READ
Monday marks the one-year anniversary of the horrific limousine crash in Cutchogue that killed four young women and dramatically altered the lives of six other individuals and their families.