Families of limo crash victims push for more accountability
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Family members of two horrific limo crashes in recent years testified in Albany Thursday asking for more accountability and oversight of the industry. 

Several mothers and fathers told their emotional stories while urging the three legislators at the Senate transportation hearing to pass laws that will help prevent these tragedies. Two specific incidents were the focus of their testimony: The 2015 Long Island crash that killed four young women and last year's incident in Schoharie County that took the lives of 20 people.

Join us this week on your local PBS station as we recap the hearing and the rest of the week's news.