Members of the state's stretch limousine passenger safety task force are scheduled to meet again Thursday.
The group was created in the aftermath of the October 2018 limousine crash in Schoharie that left 20 people dead. The task force is now working on a final report that's due to the governor and state legislature by October 1st. It's expected to include a list of recommendations to try and prevent another tragedy from happening in the future. The panel is made up of 11 people including limo industry executives, former or current DOT commissioners and members of the State Police.