Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Horror, four sisters and their husband was killed as their limo careens out of control


The victimsThe victims -  A limousine hit two pedestrians and then plunged into a steep ditch, around 2pm on Saturday in upstate New York. At that time, the limousine had been coming down a hill Schohaire when it failed to stop at a junction.

As result, 20 people killed. In total 18 people died inside the limo while two pedestrians were also hit and killed in America's deadliest transportation accident since a plane crash killed 50 in 2009.

Four sisters and their husbands are among the victims.
Abigail Jackson, Mary Dyson, Allison King and Amy Steenburg all died alongside husbands Adam Jackson, Robert Dyson and Axel Steenburg in the crash.

Also killed was limousine driver Scott Lisinicchia, newlyweds Erin and Shane McGowan, Erin's cousin Patrick Cushing and Rich Steenburg, Axel's brother.

Abby Jackson and her husband Adam, parents to four-year-old Archer and 16-month-old Abby, were killed.

Amy and her husband Axel Steenburg, 29, who only got married in June this year, along with Axel's 34-year-old brother Rich Steenburg, were also killed.

Mary Dyson and her husband Robert, as well as her sister Allison King, were also among the casualties. 

Family has also identified newlyweds Erin McGowan, 34, and her husband Shane McGowan, 30, as two of the victims. They only just got married in June. 

Erin cousin's, Patrick Cushing, was also among the dead.

The limo driver has also been named, by his twin brother, as Scott Lisinicchia, 53 years old. 

Family members told the Washington Post that the group had rented 'some kind of bus' to go the Cooperstown but it broke down before it arrived at the party venue, so the rental company sent the limousine.

Then, Erin McGowan was so disturbed by the state of the car. And she sent a texted to her sister and saying, "The vehicle appeared in terrible condition."

Within twenty minutes of the message, all the passengers were dead in that tragic incident.







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