Gov. Cuomo announces series of safety measures for Conklin Street in Farmingdale after fatal crash

The governor said one safety measure includes digital

The governor said one safety measure includes digital read-outs to alert speeding drivers.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a series of safety initiatives planned for the site of a crash that left five teens dead.

Killed in the crash were 14-year-old Carly Lonnborg, 15-year-old Noah Francis, 17-year-old Tristan Reichle and 18-year-old Jesse Romero. Cody Talanian died in the hospital afterward. Police say the five victims were in a 2001 Nissan heading west on Conklin Street when it veered...

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