Multiple news sources have identified the driver of the limousine that crashed on Saturday in Schoharie, New York, that killed a total of 20 people.
CBS News has identified the limo driver behind the wheel as Scott Lisinicchia, who was working for Presige Limousine. According to the report, it is not yet known if the driver tried to break and what is known as a dangerous intersection.
A reporter for WTVH said on Twitter that a man who claimed to be Lisinicchia’s twin brother also identified him as the driver.
Man identifies himself as twin brother of limo driver – says Scott Lisinicchia, 53 was behind wheel. Headed to Cooperstown when limo crashed in Schoharie, NY Saturday. 20 killed. pic.twitter.com/lo4hQBpMrw
— Michael Benny (@MichaelBenny) October 7, 2018
All 18 passengers including Lisinicchia were killed in the crash, as well as two bystanders who were in the parking lot of the Apple Barrel Country store, where the limo crashed into an unoccupied parked vehicle.
Police have not yet confirmed the name of the driver.
[Feature image:Tom Heffernan Sr. via AP]