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Schoharie limo company operator submits DNA sample

June 28, 2019 08:04 PM

The attorney for the company involved in the Schoharie limo crash says limo company operator Nauman Hussain submitted a DNA sample a few days ago in the case.

It will be compared to DNA material found on a crumpled up DOT sticker found in Hussain's personal vehicle.

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It's believed that crumpled up sticker was an out of service sticker that may have been removed from the limousine involved in the crash.

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