Limo company operator in Schoharie crash out on bond after pleading not guilty

Nauman Hussain Photo: AP. Nauman Hussain

April 11, 2019 04:54 PM

SCHOHARIE, N.Y. - The operator of the limo company involved in the deadly Schoharie crash is out on bond. 

Nauman Hussain, 29, was released on $450,000 bond after his arraignment in Schoharie County Court. 


On Wednesday, he pleaded not guilty to 20 counts each of criminally negligent homicide and second-degree manslaughter. 

According to our news affiliate in Syracuse, the judge ordered Hussain to wear a GPS monitor and meet with a probation officer every week. He is also considered a flight risk and is not allowed to leave the state. 

The crash killed the driver of the limo, two pedestrians and 17 passengers headed to a birthday celebration.

It happened in October near Albany. 

State police say the limo should not have been on the road due to safety issues.


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