Campsite owner: Schuler was polite, reserved

The owner of the campgrounds Diane Schuler and her family visited before the Taconic crash tells News 12 Long Island the West Babylon mother was polite and reserved.

Ann Scott, owner of Hunter Lake Campground in upstate Sullivan County, says when Schuler and the five children in her minivan left the grounds July 26, they were excited and in good spirits.

Scott says the Schulers camped at the grounds for three years. No one ever saw Diane with a cigarette in her hand, let alone a drink, Scott says. Medical reports show Schuler was drunk and high on marijuana at the time of the crash.

Campground owners say the Schulers? campsite is off limits until someone from the family returns. Scott says she was shocked by the toxicology reports.

To watch the full news conference with Schuler's husband and his lawyer, go to Channel 612 on your iO digital cable box and select io Extra.

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