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Orlando Sentinel : reported that Seminole County jury decides Ford should not pay $25 million for fatal crash

as informed in SANFORD — After four hours of deliberations Thursday, a jury decided Ford Motor Co. should not have to pay $25 million to the family of a 19-year-old Sanford woman who was killed when her Ford Explorer went out of control and flipped several times.
Caption 911 audio details how a student threatened to hurt himself at Seminole State 911 audio details how the Seminole State College Sanford/Lake Mary campus was locked down after a student threatened to harm himself with a weapon.
rstutzman@orlandosentinel.com or 407-650-6394Caption 911 audio details how a student threatened to hurt himself at Seminole State 911 audio details how the Seminole State College Sanford/Lake Mary campus was locked down after a student threatened to harm himself with a weapon.
911 audio details how the Seminole State College Sanford/Lake Mary campus was locked down after a student threatened to harm himself with a weapon.
Her family filed suit against Ford, alleging the company knew about design flaws that made the Explorer prone to rollovers.

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Jury: Ford should not pay $25 million for fatal crash

Jury: Ford should not pay $25 million for fatal crash

Jury: Ford should not pay $25 million for fatal crash

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Ford should not pay $25 million for Florida fatal crash

Ford’s attorneys blamed the crash on the tire and said Parker would have survived if she’d worn her seat belt.
By: Associated PressMarch 3, 2017SANFORD, Fla. (AP) — A central Florida jury took four hours to decide that Ford Motor Co. should not have to pay $25 million to the family of a 19-year-old woman killed when her Ford Explorer went out of control and rolled over.
Her family sued Ford, alleging the company knew about design flaws that made the Explorer prone to rollovers.
The Orlando Sentinel reports Katherine “Katie” Parker was driving on Interstate 95 in June 2010, when her rear tire came apart.
The six-person jury began deliberating Thursday afternoon after a nearly two-week trial.

collected by :Madison Joidin

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