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May 6th, 2013
07:37 PM ET

No cause yet for deadly limo fire

The driver shares his grief with Brooke Baldwin over the 5 in a bachelorette party that died, including the bride.


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  1. Robert

    I can understand the family and friends blaming anyone near the incident because they are in shock. However, for the media to cast blame at this point in time, or to even insinuate it by turing the interview of the driver into a cross examination as by a prosecuting attorney shows gross incompetence and irresponsibility. They should fire that journalist immediately. She should be working at McDonnalds asking, "would you like apple slices with that?"

    May 8, 2013 at 2:12 pm |
  2. Keith

    I can't help but feel the driver dropped the ball big time on this. For a lady to be knocking on the window repeatedly and shouting smoke, smoke, smoke – and a fire had actually broken out, and then for the driver to say he thought she wanted to have a smoke – are you kidding me?! seriously?! That delay cost those poor women their lives.

    May 8, 2013 at 5:15 pm |
  3. Pilip Lelle

    C'mon! A bunch off robust, frufru drenhed, boozing, rowdy parting ladies, probably smoking,getting reved up for the Chipendales bash. Poor judgement?

    May 9, 2013 at 6:19 pm |
  4. rashed

    Most limos already have twwo exit doors and tempered safety glass that will break easily with a break out tool ! The problem will be with the intoxicated passengers opening them up and falling out. Most modern cars lock the doors as soon as the car is in gear, cchild door locks are also a problem! I propose a law to put smoke detectors and glass break out tools in every coMmercial passenger vehicle. Smoke detectors would provide an early warning system and would be inexpensive. Any upstanding operator would already have a fire extinguisher and first aid kit in their vehicles.

    June 15, 2013 at 2:55 am |

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