SCHOHARIE, NY -- Evidence from the limo crash that claimed 20 lives in Schoharie last fall, is now in the hands of the Grand Jury.
According to our sister station, WNYT in Albany, the Grand Jury saw the evidence for the first time on Friday.
They're expected to meet and review the evidence three more times within the next two weeks. This will determine whether there is enough evidence to put a defendent on trial for a crime.
On October 6th, 17 passengers, the limo drver, and two pedestrians died after a limo sped through a stop sign and collided with an SUV and crashed into an embankment.
Nearly 6 months later, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), along with the State Police, are still investigating this crash.