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Van in Fatal Crash driven by Unlicensed Driver

On Behalf of | Nov 21, 2013 | Firm News

The driver of a van that rolled over in northern New York last week, leaving six dead and others injured, was driven by a man that has had his license suspended 25 times and was suspended at the time of the crash. Bernard Lattibeaudiere was driving with a revoked New York license that had been suspended at least 25 times. Police said the predominant cause of the crash was a blown tire, and not driver error. Nonetheless, Lattibeaudiere was charged with aggravated unlicensed driving, a felony in the state of New York. the crash occurred in Woodbury, about 55 miles north of New York city.

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