A Hudson Valley man is among the 20 killed in the weekend limousine crash.

On Saturday, a 2001 Ford Excursion limousine was traveling on State Route 30 and failed to stop at the intersection with State Route 30A in Schoharie.

The limousine traveled across the intersection into a parking lot and struck a parked Toyota Highlander. The Highlander then struck and killed two pedestrians standing nearby.

James Schnurr, 70, of Kerhonkson was one of the two pedestrians, according to New York State Police.

On Tuesday, New York State Police identified all 20 victims.

Limousine Passengers

  • Axel J. Steenburg, 29, Amsterdam, NY
  • Richard M. Steenburg, 34, Johnstown, NY
  • Amy L. Steenburg, 29, Amsterdam, NY
  • Allison King, 31, Ballston Spa, NY
  • Mary E. Dyson, 33, Watertown, NY
  • Robert J. Dyson, 34, Watertown, NY
  • Abigail M. Jackson, 34, Amsterdam, NY
  • Matthew W. Coons, 27, Johnstown, NY
  • Savannah D. Bursese, 24, Johnstown, NY
  • Patrick K. Cushing, 31, Troy, NY
  • Amanda D. Halse, 26, Troy, NY
  • Erin R. McGowan, 34, Amsterdam, NY
  • Shane T. McGowan, 30, Amsterdam, NY
  • Amanda Rivenburg, 29, Colonie, NY
  • Adam G. Jackson, 34, Amsterdam, NY
  • Rachael K. Cavosie, 30, Waterford, NY
  • Michael C. Ukaj, 34, Johnstown, NY

Limousine Driver

  • Scott T. Lisinicchia, 53, Lake George, NY

Pedestrians

  • Brian Hough, 46, Moravia, NY
  • James Schnurr, 70, Kerhonkson, NY

New York State Police confirmed the limousine company is Prestige out of Saratoga County and the driver, Lisinicchia, didn't have the appropriate license to operate the vehicle.

The owner of the limo company, Shahed Hussain, has the same name and address as a former FBI informant who helped stop a terrorist attack in the Hudson Valley.

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