Schoharie limo crash victim’s parents relieved Nauman Hussain will stay in prison

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There’s strong reaction to Nauman Hussain‘s attempt to get out of prison on bail. That request was denied Friday in New York State Appellate Court.

Hussain was the operator of Prestige Limo, the company involved in the limo crash of 2018 that killed 20 people. He is serving five to 15 years after being convicted of 20 counts of manslaughter.

Mary and Kyle Ashton lost their son, Michael Christopher Ukaj. He was a marine who served in combat in Iraq.

The crash happened on his 34th birthday.

Learn about their initial reaction when they learned Hussain wanted to get out on bail, and their relief when the request was denied, by watching the video of Subrina Dhammi’s story.