The Southold Town Police Department in Long Island, New York, charged a pickup truck driver for driving while inebriated regarding a limousine crash that killed four individuals on Saturday. In this photograph, cops remain behind police tape in New York on Nov. 30, 2013. Reuters/Carlo Allegri
The 55-year-old driver, harmed in the accident
The driver of a pickup truck that slammed a limousine in Long Island, New York, on Saturday, killing four ladies, was summoned Sunday on a charge of driving while inebriated, police said. The 55-year-old driver, harmed in the accident, argued not liable to the charge.
The limo was endeavoring a U-turn at the crossing point of County Route 48 and Depot Lane
The mischance happened at around 5:10 p.m. Saturday in Cutchogue, New York, when Romeo’s truck hit the limousine, conveying eight ladies returning from visiting vineyards. The limo was endeavoring a U-turn at the crossing point of County Route 48 and Depot Lane, as indicated by authorities of the Southold Town Police Department in Long Island, NBC New York reported Sunday.
They were recorded in stable condition Saturday night
The driver of the limousine and four different travelers survived the mischance and were allegedly hurried to Stony Brook University Hospital where they were recorded in stable condition Saturday night.
Southold Town police boss Martin Flatley. Who depicted the accident as “one of the most noticeably bad mishaps I’ve ever seen. Recognized the perished as Brittany M. Schulman, 23, of Smithtown, on Long Island’s North Shore; Lauren Baruch, 24, additionally of Smithtown; Stephanie Belli. Grabina, 23, of Commack, likewise on the North Shore, as per the Associated Press.
Flatley purportedly said that Romeo hit the brakes before the mishap but couldn’t stop in time.
Romeo is the co-proprietor of Southold-based Romeo Dimon Marine Services.