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Officials said all 18 people in the limousine died, as well as two pedestrians.
Rich Steenburg, 34, his 29-year-old sibling Axel Steenburg and Axel’s wife Amy all were in the limousine and died, the brothers’ stepfather, Lester Andrews, told the New York Times 일격전 다운로드.
“[Axel and Amy] rented the limo with some families and I don’t know exactly what they were doing,” Andrews told the newspaper. “There’s just a lot of confusion, so many people died.”
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Other victims also have been named – including parents Adam and Abby Jackson old game.
“Archer, 4 years old, Elle, 16 months, tragically lost their parents, Adam and Abby, on October 6th in a horrific car accident,” a GoFundMe page says sap 메뉴 다운로드.
Speaking through tears, Valerie Abeling said her niece, Erin Vertucci, was among the victims openssh 최신버전 다운로드. Vertucci and her newlywed husband, Shane McGowan, were on their way to the birthday party of a friend when the crash unfolded. Abeling said her own daughter had been invited along but couldn’t go 월드워 z 다운로드.
“She was a beautiful, sweet soul; he was too,” Abeling said.
The couple was married at a “beautiful wedding” in June at a venue in upstate New York, Abeling said 운명을 믿으세요 다운로드.
She added, “They had everything going for them.”
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Vertucci was 34 and McGowan was 30. They met through Abeling’s daughter.
Vertucci, who grew up in Amsterdam, New York, was an administrative assistant at St. Mary’s Healthcare in Amsterdam.
Saturday’s crash in Schoharie was the deadliest transportation incident in the U.S. since a 2009 plane crash in Buffalo, New York, killed 50 people, officials said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.