Truck company in LIE pileup has fatal crash history

The LIE accident killed one woman, injured 33

The LIE accident killed one woman, injured 33 others and destroyed multiple cars. (December 21, 2012 6:43 PM)

News 12 Long Island has learned that the company that owns a tractor-trailer involved in a deadly Long Island Expressway pileup has a history of fatal crashes. Federal Department of Transportation investigators have joined police in the search for what caused a 35-vehicle pileup in Yaphank that killed a Blue Point woman and injured 33 others. Officials say 42-year-old Raymond Simoneau was driving...

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