Note: 4/6/19 11:35 a.m., this post has been updated.
It’s been six months since one of the deadliest automobile crashes in U.S. history occurred in the rural community of Schoharie, New York. Twenty people were killed after a stretch limousine came down a steep hill and crashed into a parking lot.
On Friday evening, a grand jury indicted the operator of the limousine company involved in the crash with 20 counts of criminally negligent homicide and 20 counts of manslaughter in the second degree.
As investigations continue, lawmakers and people affected by the crash are seeking safety improvements to limousines.