Newlyweds, sisters and close friends were killed in NY limo crash

The scene of the fatal accident at Route 30 and Route 30A in Schoharie

The scene of the fatal accident at Route 30 and Route 3

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Erin, 34, and Shane, 30, were married in June in upstate NY.

The Ford Excursion struck an unoccupied sport-utility vehicle after it went past a stop sign at an intersection in Schoharie on Saturday.

The crash Saturday in the town of Schoharie (skoh-HAYR'-ee) killed two pedestrians and 18 occupants of a limousine, including four sisters.

The couple lived in Amsterdam with their dog.

The limo's passengers were all headed to celebrate a birthday party at a brewery in Cooperstown, according to a relative who spoke to the New York Times.

The victims' stories have turned from tales of hopeful young lives to stories of grief and sadness.

The passengers of the limo - including four sisters, newlyweds and young couples - were all celebrating a birthday party, according to United States media. Friends of victims who died in the fatal limousine crash comfort each other after placing flowers at the intersection in Schoharie, N.Y., Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018. Police said Sunday they were not releasing any of the victims' names, pending autopsies and notification of next of kin. If we know how unsafe these vehicles are, how do they keep passing inspections then? "She just wanted to make sure everyone was happy, and I'm so grateful that she was my sister out of everyone else on this earth". "Adam and Abby were awesome parents to these girls and taken much too soon", Sarah Maltzman, a family friend wrote on a GoFundMe page set up to pay for college and expenses for the couple's daughters. The Cavosie fundraiser is topped by a smiling Cavosie wearing sunglasses.

Four of those killed were sisters, three of whom died with their husbands.

The sister of a woman killed in a limousine crash in upstate NY says her heart is "sunken" and she's in a "place where I've never felt this type of pain before".

The Dysons leave behind two young children: Archer, 4, and Elle, 16 months.

And the lives of those inside- some of whom were newlyweds, some of whom were siblings and others who were parents-would be tragically cut short. "While families will step in and provide loving care for these girls, there will be expenses that we can help with during this time when we otherwise feel so helpless". "There are so many families affected by this".

For the King sisters, a Facebook fundraiser begun by a family friend topped $1,000 by mid-day Monday.

Suzanne Douglass said her nephew, Matthew Coons, of Johnstown, also died in the crash.

Eyewitnesses said that a number of people entering and leaving the store were hit in Saturday's incident, local media report.

"They were handsome girls, full of life".

"A tragedy of this magnitude is unfathomable to everyone on the outside looking in", the post continued, before noting "three precious babies" left behind.

Cushing worked in the New York State Senate's Technology Service unit and played for the US Dodgeball team, which described him on Facebook as an fantastic friend and "one of the most agile and dominant players in the world". Investigators still hadn't determined whether passengers were restrained as of Monday morning.

A post on Axel Steenburg's Facebook page, which was offering a table and bed to anyone who wanted them, has become a place where strangers here and overseas could leave condolences.

The top publicly visible post on Rich Steenburg's page marked his birthday in July, and a Facebook fundraiser he held to mark the occasion. "We also ask for respect and compassion as we continue the grieving process and cope through such misfortune".

Reporters on Monday inquired about Hussain's criminal history, asking police whether Hussain was the same man who had testified in a federal criminal case in Albany in 2014, to which Patnaude replied, "I would refer you to the FBI".

"One just got married and that's what this was: her new husband was giving her a surprise birthday party", she told the New York Post.

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