September 2, 2014
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) - The 5-year-old boy who survived the
wrong-way crash that killed eight people on a New York highway has
left the hospital.
David Billig, spokesman for the Westchester Medical Center, said Tuesday that Bryan Schuler, of West Babylon, was no longer in the
Bryan is the son of Diane Schuler, who drove her minivan the wrong way and caused a three-car collision on the Taconic Parkway July 26. The crash killed Schuler, her daughter, three nieces and three men in another vehicle. An autopsy found she was drunk and high on marijuana.
Bryan Schuler was the only survivor in the minivan. Billig said privacy rules forbid him from saying whether the boy went home or was transferred for rehabilitation. He also would not discuss his injuries.
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