Schoharie limo company operator to appear before judge Thursday
The man accused of causing the deaths of 20 people in the 2018 Schoharie limousine crash is scheduled to appear before a judge Thursday.
Nauman Hussain’s attorney says he anticipates a resolution in the criminal case Thursday afternoon.
It has been moved to Schoharie Central School to accommodate a big crowd, including the families of victims.
Hussain, who operated Prestige Limo, is charged with criminally negligent homicide and manslaughter.
NewsChannel 13 will have full coverage on our newscasts Thursday, along with WNYT.com.