Husband of Taconic Parkway Crash's Diane Schuler Sues Brother-In-Law Who Lost His Three Daughters!

Tue, July 26, 2011 3:42pm EST by 44 Comments

Daniel Schuler is also suing New York state on the two-year anniversary of the devastating car accident.

Last night, HBO aired the documentary, There’s Something Wrong With Aunt Diane, based on the tragic story of Diane Schuler, who drunkenly drove the wrong way down New York’s Taconic State Parkway on July 26, 2009, slamming head on into another vehicle, killing eight people, including her 2-year-old daughter, three nieces and herself. Now, her husband Daniel Schuler is trying desperately to clear her name.

On the two year anniversary of the crash, one of the worst in New York’s history, Mr. Schuler says he is suing the state and his brother-in-law Warren Hance, whose three daughters, Emma, 8, Alyson, 7, and Katie, 5, were victims.

According to the New York Post, he claims the Taconic highway was badly designed and inadequately sign-posted, which led his wife Diane Schuler to drive the wrong way into traffic. Mr. Schuler also claims that the Ford Windstar minivan the family had borrowed from Diane’s brother Warren Hance, was faulty.

But, toxicology reports at the time of the accident revealed Diane’s blood-alcohol level to be 0.19 — the equivalent of 10 drinks — and discovered considerable levels of THC in her system from smoking marijuana.

“It’s a terrible tragedy,” Tom Ruskin, who was hired by the Schulers to investigate the accident, tells the Post. “His wife was drunk and high at the time of the accident that killed seven innocent people. You don’t keep suing people…If she was alive today, Diane would likely be in jail.”

The documentary, directed by Liz Garbus, tried to uncover the psycholigical puzzle surrounding the accident and Diane Schuler, who was known by close friends and family to be a devoted mother, wife, employee and friend who would NEVER do such a thing as drink and drive, especially with five kids in the car, two being her own. Even her sister-in-law Jackie Hance admits that Diane was “the most responsible person I knew.”

The lone survivor of the accident was Diane and Daniel’s now 7-year-old son Bryan, who was diagnosed with ocular nerve palsy after the fatal accident. He remembers nothing except, “Mommy’s head hurt. She couldn’t see” and, “I flew out of the car like superman.”

There’s Something Wrong With Aunt Diane will air on HBO through Aug. 24. I’ve seen it and so should you.

–Leigh Blickley

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Amanda Michelle (@MissAmandaShell)

Posted at 10:45 AM on November 16, 2013  

Dear Mr. Schuler:

I have no clue whether your wife was an addict/alcoholic. It’s irrelevant though because addiction is a medical condition just like any other.

Functioning addicts drive soccer vans, attend PTA meetings and raise loving families. They are our sisters, uncles, neighbors and friends–not the derelict bums portrayed by the media. Beliefs like yours further the stigma attached to addiction and prevent good people from getting help.

Again, this is not to say that Diane was or wasn’t an addict. I’m saying it doesn’t matter. My hope is that you can move past trying to prove the unprovable and focus your attention on your beautiful son. Whether you wanted kids or not, you have one now and owe him the best possible upbringing.

Suing the families who also lost children in the accident is BEYOND scummy.

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Nancy

Posted at 8:15 AM on May 26, 2013  

Here’s what I think happened in this tragic happening. Diane’s husband and her sister were having an affair. I know her personality type and believe she did this on purpose to punish them both and kill herself. Nothing about this case as stated makes any sense. Ten drinks by 1:00 p.m on a Sunday? She was a control freak, as her friends stated and always made her opinions made, regardless of whether or not they would be hurtful. She would have done this to get revenge. That’s my take on this whole thing. The husband is anxious for this to go away, knowing that he was part of the reason this happened and is not fessing up to it. Also, do a DNA on the newborn child. Most likely is Diane’s husbands child.

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Margaret M Wardlow

Posted at 2:25 PM on May 28, 2013  

I was interested to hear your opinion. I think you are right on! Can’t imagine thinking like someone who has control over everything and everyone. She really took that concept to the grave with her and all the others. Guess she got the final say how things would be, or so she thought. Sickening!

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Mae

Posted at 11:31 AM on August 21, 2014  

Diane didn’t have a sister. Are you referring to her sister-in-law Jay Schuler who is married to Danny’s brother? Does she have a newborn? Or are you talking about another sister-in-law., Jackie Hance who is married to Diane’s brother Warren and was the mother who’s three daughters were lost in that fatal crash? She had another baby but from what I’ve read the baby was born through in vitro fertilization as her tubes had been tied and the baby was born two years after the accident. You must be talking about Jay Schuler, her sister-in-law who does seem extremely close to Danny during the HBO special…clinging close to him following the funeral, rubbing his back during a press conference, etc. Did she have a baby following the accident? I do agree with you that Diane learned some devastating news regarding her husband and I also agree her drinking and subsequent accident was a deliberate act. Even if someone is a closet alcoholic, that wouldn’t explain drinking the enormous amount of alcohol, not to mention the marijuana) on that Sunday morning in a short period of time when she had the lives of five children in her care. I don’t care if she had pain from an abscessed tooth. As a responsible adult (which everyone claimed she was) she still wouldn’t have downed that much alcohol and continued driving no matter how much pain she was in. Her brother told her to stay put, he was coming to help but she ditched her phone and continued on her quest.

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mdesmond

Posted at 11:38 PM on May 25, 2013  

She had a toothache which was infected which could have caused Candida. An over production of Candida can cause a migraine headache and also produce alcohol levels in the blood stream. Therefore, she may not have take a drink at all.

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Margaret M Wardlow

Posted at 2:26 PM on May 28, 2013  

Hogwash!! Are you a Doctor? We think not!!

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Zoy

Posted at 4:10 AM on April 15, 2013  

I want to send my love & prayers to everyone affected by this horrific tragedy . I’m hopeing that Diane’s husband gets some serious help ! Him making the statement that he was mad because he never wanted kids & now he’s left with the only surviving victim his flesh & blood whom he should be so thankful ! Get a shrink please & please focus on humbling yourself Daniel & be apologetic to everyone whose lives ended at the hands of your wife for whatever reason ,and love your precious little boy who needs you so desperately! May Everyone Start To Heal ! Much Love !

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Dawn Archer

Posted at 11:00 PM on September 7, 2011  

I just finished watching this terrible tragedy on HBO and my heart goes out to the Hance Family and for Diane Schuler that has to be the Thinker and Caretaker of her idiot brother Daniel. He’s the one that needs to see a shrink to even think about suing anybody, let alone his brother in law. Actually, He’s trying to blame this tragedy on a perfectly running (borrowed from the Hance’s) minivan when he should actually face the reality that he and his wife were drinkers and smokers and that this accident waiting to happen was actually going to happen anyday sooner than they thought. I pray for Bryan that he gets the love and support that he needs for the rest of his life. Daniel, get a job and get off the bottle and apologize to all the people that your wife hurt!!!!

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marinam

Posted at 1:00 AM on September 11, 2011  

I think the person who wrote above is a bit confused. Daniel is Diane’s husband. The blond smoker in the documentary is Daniel’s sister in law.
These two are liars who are trying to cover up the fact that Diane was a pot head and a drinker. How she managed to hold down an executive position at Cable TV is a great mystery. I think her so called best friend is a liar too. She had to know her friend smoked and drank. Why was everyone covering up for this woman?! I felt no remorse when I seen the shots of her dead body in the end, ony disgust. Those poor kids, their poor parents and the families of the three dead men. That is who anyone should feel sorry for. Daniel is a dirt bag and and a liar it just looks like he is trying to cover up that there were very serious problems in his marriage and his wife was most likely driven to drink and smoke as a result of it.

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JP

Posted at 3:14 AM on August 24, 2011  

This guy is a classic idiot. His drunken pothead, oh sorry, that was proven, killed six people. They should all be sueing him.. Unreal. Shows how the family thinks/thought. Runs in the family..

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Robert

Posted at 3:42 AM on August 24, 2011  

Obviously something happened. The KID himself said his mothers head hurt and she couldnt see. Yes, she should have pulled over, but not if she thought she was driving decent enough to get to their destination. After all they were alsmot there. The documentory should have had doctors explain what medical conditions could have been explained by the explanation of the kid. Obviosuly the condition was in her head, it sounds like a some sort of stroke,absess etc. Pain makes people do very irrational things. Do you people honestly believe she was a drunk. Some one would have came forward; 1 of the friends or some random. There is no such things as a secret drunk. Are you freakin kidding me. We all know what people are like when their drunk. You cant hide it. She obviosuly drank the vodka has a last ditch effort. THC of 177 is very low and Diana was a thicker woman. She prob smoked while on her camping trip and thats why it was in her system. She has proven testimony that attributes to her pain. Its a tragedy but for you people to harp on her like that, you are being very closed minded. Even for the victims; im sure they would find more peace in a medical explanation rather than a party woman killed a bunch of people. Obviouslly she was not that type of woman. Those who live in glass houses shouldnt throw rocks.

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Robert

Posted at 3:48 AM on August 24, 2011  

Something I do find a little disturbing and why I think there is something more than just a drunken accident is this: take a look at when the documentary is at the point of going over the crime scene. You will see a fire fighter putting out 1 of the cars (not sure which one). In the smoke you can see a VERY VERY clear facial image. It is almost bizarre. what draws you in is the eyes. Everything else in a little harder to make out. But there are 2 very semettrical oval eyes. I had to keep pausing and rewinding it. I have showed a bunch of people and it blows their minds. Not 1 person has disagreed with me when they see it. Tell me what you guys thinks? I think its a message.

 
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sauce

Posted at 8:59 PM on January 2, 2012  

And I Think you’re a paranoid schitzophrenic

 
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sauce

Posted at 9:01 PM on January 2, 2012  

This is what Diane, who obviously was out of her mind, told the kids…do you think she’d say ‘i’m drunk?” NO, it was an excuse to make people feel sorry for her. And obviously it’s working with some of you tards.

 
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aki

Posted at 9:03 PM on January 2, 2012  

She was a typical, fat, controlling, irrational b*tch who acted like she was perfect, and had everyone fooled. I’m almost certain there were some people who knew this side of her. I know so many women like this. All it took for her to snap was one little thing…I have a pretty good idea what it might have been looking at the way her husband acted. He probably told her he never wanted her or the kids, and she decided she’d make him care this time.

 
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Sandy

Posted at 1:04 AM on January 16, 2012  

Did you not watch the documentary? Diane’s symptoms were caused by her blood alcohol level and the co-occurring influence of THC (cannabis). There is NO medical smoking gun here–the woman was a functioning alcoholic and drug addict who, possibly due to a stressor the morning of the accident which her husband refuses to disclose, totally decompensated and imbibed to the point of the fatal conclusion. What is fascinating to me is the level of denial by this family and of some folks who have read about it or seen the documentary. It’s like Amy Winehouse all over again.

 
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Margaret M Wardlow

Posted at 2:30 PM on May 28, 2013  

People hide their alcoholism with great success. And Loved ones are more than happy to cover any possible suspicions they may have had!

 
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Hoppa

Posted at 2:39 PM on August 15, 2011  

Aplogies…I was referring to “Daniel” Schuler.

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Hoppa

Posted at 11:39 AM on August 15, 2011  

I just watched the documentary yesterday. David Schuler is an imbecile. The only thing I agree with him on is the Taconic Parkway. My family has travelled between the NYC area and New England for decades and we avoid it like the plague.

My God, hasn’t the Hance family suffered enough? They’ve already given more than blood. What next, their souls?

Schuler should have travelled with his family instead of letting them lag behind. He didn’t care enough about his wife’s good name when it actually mattered and now he wants to profit from this.

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Mark

Posted at 9:30 PM on August 10, 2011  

Diane Schuler made a terrible and tragic decision. Her family needs to accept the fact that she was drunk and high for whatever reason it was an error in judgement. From what I saw on the documentory she was the type of person who didnt ask for help and did things herself. The blame game needs to stop and they should accept the fact she and ahe alone was at fault. There is not one of us who has not made a mistate that could have turned tragic, unfortunately Diane’s did.

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karien

Posted at 12:47 PM on August 4, 2011  

Diane Schuler is responsible for the tragic deaths of everyone involved in this accident. Not the state of New York and most definitely not the brother. I mean the van was just fine going down there. Diane and Diane alone is at fault. No one told her to drink & smoke weed in a van full of children. She had numerous opportunities to stop and wait for help. I do believe at one point during the documentary she was told to stop and wait and someone would be along shortly. I’ll have to watch again to be sure. But the point of the matter is: if you are in so much pain to the point wear you are disabled you need to pull over and wait for help especially when you are responsible for others.

At first I pitied her husband because I could feel his hurt. Now I’m just angry because after three different toxicology tests he still refuses to believe the truth that is staring him in his face.

Your wife was drunk & high she killled not one, not two, but 8 people. Count it, 8 people & you have the nerve to sue. People should be suing you. Everyone that was on the highway that day should sue you because all of their lives were in danger and your brother in law shold sue you. He lost his whole damn family.

Get over it. Your wife killed 8 people think about their families and stop wallowing in yur own self pity and denial.

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MICHAEL ZTRANGE

Posted at 11:44 PM on August 3, 2011  

MIND OVER MATTER
USING ALCOHOL TO NUMB TOOTH PAIN
THE MIND KNEW NOT HOW MUCH WENT DOWN TO FEEL ITS REALITY
THE PAIN OF INSANITY
AS THE PAIN REACHED MERCELESS TORTURE
AND A WANTING TO BE HOME
SHE SMASHED INTO THE DEVIL
UNLEASHING A DEN OF DEMONS TO ATTACK THE FAMILY
AS THREE GIRLS WENT HOME TO WATCH THY KINGDOM CRUMBLE
DO YOU THINK SHE CAN HOLD THEM TOGETHER TO BE REUNITED
WHEN THY KINGDOM COME ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN
JESUS IS MESSIAH OF ALL GODS

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paola

Posted at 8:45 PM on August 2, 2011  

What got me was that Daniel Schulers own sister said on the documentary that Daniel never wanted kids and now he was mad that Diane left him to take care of one. I was astounded at that remark. Regardless of how you felt BEFORE the accident–wouldn’t the fact that your son is the SOLE Survivor bring out some heart in you and some…uh…gratitude?? This is a bitter, angry man who is taking out his pain on anyone he can. There is Nothing he can do to clear his wife’s name. She did what she did…and destroyed 4 families in the process. Doesn’t he realize he’s not the only one in pain? To sue a man who lost 3 children…is horrible and heartless. Their all dead. Nothing you do can change that or bring them back. Your wife did it. Deal with it and stop hurting other people yourself now…which makes you no better than your wife….sad to say.

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Hoppa

Posted at 11:55 AM on August 15, 2011  

He is bitter and angry because he isn’t able to man up. Diane was the breadwinner. Now he is feeling like a victim because he needs to be a father and has lost access to the spoils of her income.

This adds a new dimension to the story. What really happened that morning before they left the campground?

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Gil

Posted at 7:04 PM on July 31, 2011  

The documentary was totally bogus.

They kept harping on how sober Diane looked before she left McDonald’s. The DNA and other evidence showed that Diane was drinking vodka straight from the bottle and smoking a joint after she got on the road. Thus it’s not relevant what she looked like before she began drinking the liquor and smoking the pot.

The documentary also failed to point out that the level of THC in her blood — 177 ng/ml — is extremely high by any reasonable standard.

Also, no mention was made of how frightened the older children must have been to see this woman drinking and blowing weed during the drive.

Finally, all the dramatic music and sound effects were way over top histrionic.

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JP

Posted at 3:22 AM on August 24, 2011  

And not like her idiot hubby didnt know she was an alcoholic.. Vodka, cheap.oderless and the preferrence of alcoholics. A drunken killer…

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Robert

Posted at 3:31 AM on August 24, 2011  

NO, 177 is not high, in fact it is quite low. That level indicates she had THC in her system. THC can be in a system for up to 90 days. I person who has just smoked and alot i might add reads in the 900’s. I should know, I am a probation counselor. So whoever is reporting the opposite, or to the documentary team you should have done a little research on half life of THC. You could have instantly proved that she did not smoke during any time of that accident. As for the alchohol maybe it was consumed at the very last moment as a last ditch effort to get a quick buzz for the purpose of becoming sober against the pain. Believe it or not people pain affects you more than any drug on the planet. It makes you do very irrational things. Things Marijuanna would never make you do. Something happened medically to Diane. She jsut happened to fall into the category of every other 1 out of 4 persons in America who smoke. Something that which I might add will also be legal in a matter of years. So then what will people say. Diane is no longer culpable for the weed only for drinking. Still, should have pulled over but maybe she did not know her dangerous condition until it was too late. god bless.

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sauce

Posted at 8:42 PM on January 2, 2012  

Weed is illegal. So I guess opium and acid are ok too, following your screwed up logic, because at one point they were legal too. Weed is not going to be legal, it can make people hallucinate. I’m going to assume the doctors on the documentary that said her levels were equivalent to just smoking are a little bit more educated than you are.

 
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Jude

Posted at 5:08 PM on July 31, 2011  

You’re kidding me. The father of the girls that died could be suing him.

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Mike

Posted at 9:04 PM on July 30, 2011  

The husband is going after everyone blaming everyone except his wife. The autopsy results were reviewed numerous times and conclusions are that Diane was drunk and high. However, her symptoms make be believe she did not crash intentionally. I used to suffer from something called “Cluster Migraine” headaches. Headaches so severe you become completely disoriented, suffer unbearable agony, loss of vision, extreme nausea. A serious tooth issue can trigger these headaches that come on so fast and severe, you are powerless to stop them. From the kids in the car stating that Aunt Diane is sick, Aunt Diane cannot see, to witness reports that she pulled over at a rest stop and appeared to be sick to her stomach all point to her sufferinga intense cluster migraine headache. Being that she was a control freak, she probably wasn’t feeling well before leaving the campground but kept quiet about it. She most likey smoked pot with her husband prior to leaving the campground to ease pain, and may have intentionally put the vodka in her van to ease the pain of her tooth. She most likely got slammed by the sudden and unbearable Cluster Migraine and drank the whole bottle to try and kill the pain (which is so severe you will do anything to end it). She was probably delerious with agonizing pain and drank the whole bottle to make it stop. The big tragedy is that she just did not stop, park,call, and wait for help. But the husband trying to sue the state and brother-in-law is ridiculous. He needs to accept what happened and move on.

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max

Posted at 2:16 PM on August 19, 2011  

are you INSANE or even a Doctor.
Have you ever had a tooth ache
you take a swig of alcohol swish it around your mouth and if driving you spit it out
she drank a good protion of that bottle of vodka which i think her husband says they always have it in the car
If she had a cluster migraine she should have pulled over or got off the exit and called for help
And BTW her husband knows what really happened.
I think she wanted to kill herself and was selfish and took 7 other people with her

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JP

Posted at 3:19 AM on August 24, 2011  

Classic… Anyone who can make excuses or pass blame on this one has been drinking and smoking a bit themselves…

 
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Robert

Posted at 3:22 AM on August 24, 2011  

Yes, Most definitely. I believe from seeing all the evidence it is easy to say that Diane was not a drunk etc. Obviously due to witnesses and dental records something obviously came over her. She prob did drink the vodka to alieviate the pain. Alcohol is and always will be a quick fix and remedy and has been since the beginning of time. SO it would make sense in a state of severe pain to try and alleviate the pain. It was handy; she stopped for alternative medicines at a gas station. They didnt have any. Every moment was getting worse and worse for her. However, I must agree with some of the others in that she should have just pulled over. Being a go getter and with a bunch of kids you do just want to get them to their destination, im sure she never meant for this to happen. Come one. Give the family a break. Plenty of more ironic situations have happened than this; to not at least hear the other side or try to imagine a different scenerio than the toxiology reports simply state in black and white. My gosh if we beleived every piece of forensic evidence everyone would still think O.J. is innocent too. God Bless all those in the accident and those who tried to help. And to those calling her a drunk, do you not believe in accidents or extenuating circumstances? For all we know she could have had a stroke. No one can say otherwise. Its up to GOD to know. So dont judge her and start praying for the family.

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sauce

Posted at 8:35 PM on January 2, 2012  

No one alleviates pain with kids in the car by drinking an insane amount of alcohol. They would pull over and get help. She purposely left her cell phone laying under a bridge so no one could contact the kids in the car again. She purposely did this and need her liquid courage to get the job done. I have a brain disease that causes blindness and horrible headaches, and if I were to get one while driving, I would pull over. No migrane or disease sufferer kills children because they decided to get drunk for pain. Only a retard would do that, and this woman was smart and was fully aware what to do in an emergency situation. This excuse was made by the family to encourage the ‘stupid’ population to feel sorry for her- guess it worked for some of you losers.

 
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aki

Posted at 8:37 PM on January 2, 2012  

And you sir, are retarded. A stroke leave a bleed in the brain and is clearly visable in an autopsy. The records are all online. She planned this from the moment she put an open container of alcohol in a car full of kids, which is against the law. Also, the pot smoking…

 
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K

Posted at 9:53 PM on July 27, 2011  

That is a very sad story. But….the husband said she did smoke pot, and they did have vodka in the camper. And a bottle was found at the accident site. Lab reports do not lie. Maybe he didnt know she smoked and drank that much. Un real, and so shocking.

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april

Posted at 8:56 PM on July 26, 2011  

Its sad that people try to profit when someone loses their life. His wife was drunk, get with reality man and stop blaming everyone else and realize that the only one to blame was your wife who was driving drunk!!!!

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joanne paglia

Posted at 5:07 PM on July 26, 2011  

After watching hbo documentry 2 times. I can only say that my heart goes out to everyone involved,I hope eveyone can accept the tragety so that some healing can begin,Jay Schuler, you did the best you could and just keep being strong for Brian,you have to be Diane for him now.

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Jen Smith

Posted at 4:10 PM on July 26, 2011  

I can’t believe he is suing his brother in law who tragically lost his 3 daughters. Diane Schuler is to blame…. solely. I saw the documentary – toxicology done twice and DNA checked – she was drunk and high. I don’t care how bad her toothache was – pull over – stay put – DO NOT drink and then drive and endanger those precious kids

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max

Posted at 2:12 PM on August 19, 2011  

I saw the documentary the other night and for some reaon I am convinced she did this to kill herself and those poor children
I dont know why i got this feeling but when this guy said she was driving in the opposite direction straight without weaving or moving it was like she was playing chicken with the cars
Either way she and her husband are disgusting
Her for killing those innocent people and him for suing
SHE WAS A DRUNK AND A MURDER He needs to admit it, apologize and call it a day

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CLC

Posted at 6:00 PM on August 20, 2011  

I cannot believe that people are still doubting that she was responsible for this terrible tragedy and her family (both sides) were also partially responsible by keeping silent. Where is Daniel’s family in all this? Why is he not seen on camera offering support to his brother? Why is his sister-in-law the one who is so supportive and might I add always with him? I did watch the documentary four times and every time I see it I’m more convince that she and her family are all guilty.

 
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CLC

Posted at 6:16 PM on August 20, 2011  

Re: earlier post
Sorry, meant to say “Why is his brother not seen on camera…”. Also need to mention that grandmother appeared very uncaring by the way she dismissed the book with her grandchildren’s photos. She could have been a little more respectful by laying it down gently.

 
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JP

Posted at 3:16 AM on August 24, 2011  

Yep.. They should all be sueing him. But, like her, he does the same irresponsible stuff. Loser!

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Kathy

Posted at 2:28 PM on July 26, 2011  

Badly designed for people who are impaired, perhaps they should have made the highway all bumper car so she would have got home safely?He is placing all the blame on someone else. Perhaps he is to blame because he didn’t see the truth!Your wife was a drunk!( and a pot head) how many ways can that be said.

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