Settlements have been reached in four lawsuits stemming from a wrong-way minivan crash that killed eight people on a parkway, a lawyer said.
Kennedy, in an appearance on the “Today” show Monday, said Westchester County prosecutors “have a police of pursuing every case of driving under the influence.”
Sen. Charles Fuschillo from Long Island is urging of the state Assembly to pass his bill that would make wrong-way driving a felony, either knowingly or because of intoxication.
Two years ago, Diane Schuler was driving her family home when she went the wrong way on the Taconic State Parkway, crashing into an SUV killing herself and seven others — including her daughter and three nieces.
The Long Island woman whose three daughters were killed in the tragedy on the Taconic State Parkway two years ago is sharing her story for the first time.
An investigator said he agrees with the medical examiner’s conclusions that a Long Island woman was drunk and high when she crashed her SUV and killed eight people.
Relatives of three men killed a year ago in a crash on the Taconic Parkway are marking the anniversary with prayer.