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Chinatown Ryder Truck Crash Triggers Depositions 3 Years Later in SDNY

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Aug 13 – On April 28, 2017 a Ryder truck had an accident with a car on Canal Street and Hudson Street in Chinatown.

More than three years later on August 13, 2020 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Sarah L. Cove held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

  The issue was when to cut off discovery.

At the end of the proceeding, Judge Cave ordered that that the parties must "complete the depositions of Melvin Allen and Curtis Haskins by August 31" and of another by September 29.

She also set a settlement conference - which Inner City Press ostensibly can't cover - on October 6.

The case is Daane v. Ryder Truck Rental, Inc. et al., 18-cv-10489 (Oetken / Cave)


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