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CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. — Four women were
killed while wine tasting on Long Island last year on July
18th, 2015. A grand jury has just placed the blame on the
limo driver who was supposed to keep them safe. That limo
driver Carlos Pino, 58, was indicted on four charges of
criminally negligent homicide, four counts of assault,
failure to yield the right of way, reckless driving and
other traffic law infractions, Suffolk County District
Attorney Thomas Spota said.
Eight friends in Carlos Pino's limousine, after touring
local wineries, were hit by a pickup truck as the limo, was
making a U-turn on Route 48 in Cutchogue at the time.
4 of the 8 young women were killed, 4 other survived. The
pickup truck driver, Steven Romeo, was initially charged
with driving while intoxicated.
The grand jury said limo driver was hired to drive the women
safely on the winery tour and failed to do so. “The person
who is criminally responsible for this crash is Carlos Pino,
and Carlos Pino alone,” Spota said. “He failed to take any
precaution or any action to make sure he could safely enter
the westbound lanes. He continued to attempt to make his
turn without stopping, without looking.”
Because of the Jeep, Romeo, who was heading west at around
55 miles per hour, did not see the limo pulling into the
intersection until he was about 200 feet away, Spota said.
“Mr. Romeo had only 200 feet to react to the hazard he saw,
and stop his vehicle,” Spota said. “A perfectly sober Steven
Romeo could not avoid this crash. An intoxicated Steven
Romeo could not avoid this crash. It was simply unavoidable
from Romeo’s perspective.
Pino entered a not guilty plea and called the crash a
terrible unintentional accident. He said he did not see the
drunken driver barreling toward him at 60 mph.
Spota said the grand jury did not indict Romeo on charges of
vehicular manslaughter or criminally negligent homicide
because by law, “there must be a link between Romeo’s
intoxication and the cause of the crash, because in this
instance, the crash was unavoidable, either sober or drunk.
There is no such link, and the grand jury failed; did not
indict him for vehicular manslaughter...
The families of these 4 women are devastated and will pursue
justice in this wrongful death case. Limos are hired to
insure the safety of it's passengers. In this sad case 4
innocent lives were lost that summers day due to the
negligent act of 2 separate drivers.
Both the limo driver and the driver of the pickup truck were
charged. Since the crash, a traffic light has been installed
at the intersection.
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