Vigil held in Smithtown for 4 limo crash victims

Amy Grabina, Brittney Shulman, Lauren Baruch and Stephanie Belli were killed last Saturday when their limo was broadsided by Steven Romeo after leaving Vineyard 48.

Amy Grabina, Brittney Shulman, Lauren Baruch and Stephanie Belli were killed last Saturday when their limo was broadsided by Steven Romeo after leaving Vineyard 48. (7/29/15)

SMITHTOWN - A vigil was held Wednesday night for the four young women killed in a Cutchogue limo crash.

The candlelight ceremony remembered Brittney Schulman, Lauren Baruch, Stephanie Belli and Amy Grabina at Smithtown High School West. The vigil also featured speakers, family tributes and balloons that were let go in their honor.

The women were killed two weeks ago when a limo they were riding in was T-boned during a U-turn on Route 48.

Police have charged the driver of the pickup truck that hit them, Steven Romeo, with DWI, even though the DA says his blood-alcohol level was below the legal limit.

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