Questions remain in wake of accident that took life of local mom, reports Hudson Reporter.
Since that time, Gallagher has not had any further recollection of the accident, said his attorney, Jack Arseneault of Chatham, last week. Last month, he told the press that since the accident, his client has been diagnosed with sleep apnea.
“I forwarded the formal diagnosis to the NTSB on October 31,” said Arseneault last week. “I advised NJ Transit on October 7 that the sleep specialist physician stated that Mr. Gallagher very likely suffers from sleep apnea and that the accident may be directly related to that condition.”