CNN: A jury has awarded about $123 million to the victims and families of a fatal 2015 crash between a duck boat and a tour bus in Seattle. The jury determined that Ride the Ducks International, the manufacturer of the duck boat vehicle, was 67-70% responsible for the crash, while Ride the Ducks of Seattle, the duck boat tour operator, was 30-33% at fault.
US NEWS: A Jury has awarded about $123 million to the victims and families of a 2015 duck boat crash that killed five college students and injured more than 60 others in Seattle. After a four-month civil trial, King County Superior Court jurors found that Ride The Ducks International bore 67 to 70 percent of the responsibility for the crash, The Seattle Times reported
KIRO 7 NEWS: Jurors awarded $123 million dollars to the plaintiffs in the Ride the Ducks crash. The jury split the blame for the crash between Ride the Ducks Seattle and Ride the Ducks International, the city and the state were not found to share in the responsibility
MYNORTHWEST: A verdict for the controversial Ride the Ducks case came in Thursday afternoon, declaring the company negligent in a 2015 crash on the Aurora Bridge that killed five people, and injured over 60.
Q13 FOX: A jury has awarded about $123 million to victims and families in a 2015 duck boat crash that killed five college students and wounded more than 60 others in Seattle.
KOMO NEWS: After two weeks of deliberations and four months of testimony, jurors hearing the lawsuit stemming from the 2015 Ride the Ducks Crash in Seattle found in favor of the plaintiffs.
KING 5 NEWS: After four months of testimony, jurors have found Ride the Ducks liable in a 2015 Aurora Bridge crash. The city of Seattle and the state of Washington were not found liable.
SEATTLE TIMES: The jury determined that Ride The Ducks International bore 67 to 70 percent of the responsibility for the 2015 crash and Ride The Ducks of Seattle was 30 to 33 percent at fault in the crash that killed five people and injured more than 60 others.
KOMO NEWS: The CEO of Ride the Ducks Seattle told a jury he takes personal responsibility for the crash that killed five people more than three years ago. Brian Tracey also said he was unaware of a recommendation to fix an issue with the duck’s front axle.
KING 5 NEWS: The owner of Ride the Ducks Seattle testified Thursday in a lawsuit alleging the 2015 crash stemmed from poor design, manufacture and maintenance of the Duck vehicles.
KING 5 NEWS: Court documents show the Seattle Ride the Ducks vehicle involved in the deadly 2015 crash on the Aurora Bridge hit the bridge three separate times over a two-month period.
SEATTLE TIMES: Washington parents do not have the legal right to hold wrongdoers accountable for the preventable, negligent death of an adult child who is not married or does not have children.
CROSSCUT: When is a life legally worthless in Washington State? The law has shifted on that over the years, but the question is timely. It is being raised in connection with the Seattle Ducks crash of 2015. That year, a Ride the Ducks vehicle smashed into a tour bus on the Aurora Bridge, killing five foreign students.
Q13 FOX: Soon Won Kim and his wife, Ju Hee Jeong, from South Korea are overcome by the tremendous grief of losing their 20 year-old daughter Haram Kim in the Aurora Bridge crash last September.
SEATTLE TIMES: On a sunny day in September, 18-year-old Phuong Dinh snapped photographs from her window seat in a charter bus filled with other North Seattle College students as it motored across the Aurora Bridge.
“And then, ‘Bam,’ ” she recalled. “Nothing else. Just flashes after that.”
KOMO NEWS: Phuong Dinh boarded the North Seattle College charter bus and intended to sit next to another international student getting started in an American college too. Instead, she sat one row forward.
NBC: Federal investigators arrived in Seattle Friday and began examining the wreckage of an amphibious "duck boat" tour vehicle and a charter bus that collided on a bridge, leaving four international college students dead and dozens injured.
CNN: At least four international college students were killed when a tour bus and a duck boat tourist vehicle collided Thursday morning in Seattle, officials said.
THE GUARDIAN: At least four people were killed 12 more critically injured when a charter bus and an amphibious “duck boat” collided on Seattle’s Aurora bridge, fire officials say.
NBC: Four international college students were killed after the charter bus they were in collided with a "duck tour" vehicle on a Seattle bridge Thursday, officials said.