The National Transportation Safety Board released a full report Tuesday detailing their findings that a captain’s error led to a ferry crash that injured 80 people — four seriously — last year in Lower Manhattan.
Court documents indicate four people reached settlements last week with the ferry’s owner, Seastreak.
They said it has has been a lifeline for them since supertorm Sandy, according to State Assemblyman Philip Goldfeder.
The Seastreak ferry service was set to resume regular service Monday, five days after one of its boats crashed into a Lower Manhattan Pier – leaving some 74 people injured.
The Seastreak Wall Street ferry that crashed in Lower Manhattan Wednesday has had a few minor incidents in recent years.
Four men are accused of selling bogus tickets for ferries that shuttle passengers to and from New York City.