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Limo company operator in deadly Schoharie crash pleads not guilty

Limo company operator in deadly Schoharie crash pleads not guilty

April 10, 2019 06:27 PM

SCHOHARIE, N.Y. (WHEC) -- The operator of the limousine company involved in the deadly Schoharie crash pleaded not guilty Wednesday. 

This was the first time 29-year-old Nauman Hussain, the business operator of Prestige Limo of Saratoga Springs, appeared in front of a judge since a grand jury handed up 40 new criminal charges against him on Friday. 

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According to our sister station, WNYT, the judge set bail at $225,000 cash or $450,000 bond. 

He also cannot have his passport, must wear a GPS monitor and check in with court once a week. 

Twenty people died when the limo crashed near Albany last October. 

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