FILE - This Jan. 29, 2019, file photo shows a view of tent structure housing the wrecked limousine owned by Prestige Limousine involved in the Oct. 6, 2018, fatal accident in Schoharie County, behind the state police headquarters in Latham, N.Y. The National Transportation Safety Board's probe of a fatal limousine crash in upstate New York has not yet identified a cause, according to a preliminary report released Monday, Feb. 11, after weeks of wrangling between federal inspectors and a local prosecutor over access to physical evidence.
FILE - This Jan. 29, 2019, file photo shows a view of tent structure housing the wrecked limousine owned by Prestige Limousine involved in the Oct. 6, 2018, fatal accident in Schoharie County, behind the state police headquarters in Latham, N.Y. The National Transportation Safety Board's probe of a fatal limousine crash in upstate New York has not yet identified a cause, according to a preliminary report released Monday, Feb. 11, after weeks of wrangling between federal inspectors and a local prosecutor over access to physical evidence. Hans Pennink, File AP Photo
FILE - This Jan. 29, 2019, file photo shows a view of tent structure housing the wrecked limousine owned by Prestige Limousine involved in the Oct. 6, 2018, fatal accident in Schoharie County, behind the state police headquarters in Latham, N.Y. The National Transportation Safety Board's probe of a fatal limousine crash in upstate New York has not yet identified a cause, according to a preliminary report released Monday, Feb. 11, after weeks of wrangling between federal inspectors and a local prosecutor over access to physical evidence. Hans Pennink, File AP Photo