A freshman at Seattle Pacific University (SPU) and two experienced ironworkers were among the four people killed when a crane collapsed in Seattle on Saturday, officials said. The two workers who died in the crane collapse were reportedly ironworkers who were disassembling the crane.
Authorities say 6 cars were damaged in the incident, with witnesses reporting strong winds at the time of the crane collapse. The contractor on the South Lake Union construction project where the crane collapsed Saturday is investigating the collapse.
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A state appeals court in Wisconsin has ordered a new trial in a medical malpractice lawsuit alleging a Milwaukee doctor didn’t take the steps necessary to protect a baby from brain damage.
Raquel Barney’s son, London, suffered a brain injury due to oxygen depletion during birth at Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital. In 2015, she filed a lawsuit alleging Dr. Julie Mickelson failed to determine whether a heartbeat monitor placed on Barney’s abdomen was accurately measuring London’s heartbeat.
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