Two vehicles were in a crash on Saturday afternoon in New York, according to police. Witnesses describe the incident as seeing an SUV stretch-style limousine drive off the road into a crowd of pedestrians, which took place near a store and cafe on routes 30 and 30A in Schoharie County.
New York State Police Cpt Richard O’Brien said on Sunday that the investigation was still in its “infancy stages”, adding that “several” separate police units were involved, including a “facial identification unit” and a drone team.
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The Limousin involved in the crash was transporting a wedding party. The location of the intersection is said to be in a hilly region and local authorities had only recently banned large trucks from using sections of the route. The cause of the crash is unknown and the incident is currently under investigation.