Good Samaritan Returns Missing $8,000 to NY Limo Crash Widow

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  • A good Samaritan who found $8,000 on the road returned it to a woman whose husband was among the 20 who died in a limo crash in NY last year
  • Terry Brubaker says she was driving through Gloversville Monday when she saw money floating through the air
  • Kim Steenburg says she accidentally left the money in an envelope on top of her car; her husband, Rich, died in the crash last October

A good Samaritan who found $8,000 on the side of the road has returned it to a woman whose husband was one of the 20 people who died in a stretch limousine crash in upstate New York last year.

Terry Brubaker says she was driving through Gloversville Monday when she saw money floating through the air.

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Brubaker stopped to collect it, and then turned it in at the Fulton County Sheriff's Office just as Kim Steenburg was filing a report about the missing money.

Steenburg says she accidentally left the money in an envelope on top of her car. She says part of the money was for a honeymoon cruise she had originally planned with her late husband.

Steenburg's husband, Rich, was one of 20 that died in the Oct. 6 crash in Schoharie County.

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