Passengers Who Died in Limo Crash Didn’t Have Proper Access to Seatbelts: NTSB Report
Oct 2, 2019
Those seated in the back of the limo could have possibly survived had they been wearing seatbelts, the NTSB said
By Rachel DeSantis
Passengers riding in the back of the limo that crashed in Schoharie, New York last year, killing 20 people, may have had a greater chance at survival had their vehicle’s seatbelts been more easily accessible, according to a new report released by the National Transportation Safety Board.
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