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New documents released in Schoharie limo crash investigation

May 10, 2019 06:29 PM

We're getting a clearer picture of what the state could introduce at the upcoming trial of Nauman Hussain. He's the business operator of the limousine company involved in the Schoharie crash that killed 20 people last October.

NewsChannel 13 Investigates has obtained new documents Schoharie County District Attorney Susan Mallery filed in court this week.

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Mallery submitted two sets of documents in response to Defense Attorney Lee Kindlon's demand for a bill of particulars as well as a demand to produce.

Outlined in one of the four-page documents are lists of potential witnesses that could be called and evidence presented at Nauman Hussain's upcoming trial in September, which is just shy of the one-year anniversary of the stretch limousine crash that killed 20 people last fall.

Evidence DA Mallery writes, including the State Police Forensic Lab reports - the final forensic toxicology fatal accident report from the FAA, autopsy reports and death certificates, cell phone records, the arrest report and evidence pertaining to the victims – along with the 911 call and police communications.

Two out of service vehicles from the Department of Transportation -- a private forensic analysis from a retired New Hampshire state trooper and related photographs and pictures of the accused's personal property and DOT records, including violations from exactly one year before the crash, in May of last year -- and one day before the accident.

Additional videos obtained by the grand jury subpoena, the state plans to turn over with a court order.


MORE INFORMATION: Answer to demand to produce | Answer to bill of particulars

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