Plans underway to add limo driver’s name to Schoharie memorial
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One day after the verdict in the Schoharie limo trial, there are plans to add to the memorial honoring the victims at the crash site.
NewsChannel 13 has been in touch with the family of Scott Lisinicchia. He was the man driving the limo the day it crashed. The family reached out to us just as deliberations began, asking why Lisinicchia’s name is still missing from the memorial.
There are 20 stones. Nineteen have names and footprints of the people riding in the limo on Oct. 6, 2018, and the two bystanders who died in the parking lot of the Apple Barrel Country Store, where the limo crashed.
One stone has no name on it. It has the image of a lotus.
We’ve learned Lisinicchia’s family has been in touch with the other families, and there are plans to add his name to that memorial – possibly in time for Nauman Hussain’s sentencing on May 31. That day is also Lisinicchia’s birthday.