Two-Year-Old Girl Killed by Shuttle Service Leads to Wrongful Death Lawsuit
In Morristown, New Jersey, the family of a two-year-old girl has filed suit over her wrongful death following a traffic van accident. The accident occurred at a popular tourist farm in Chester Township where two vans were operating as a shuttle service to take patrons to a harvest celebration event. While the van was idling, the driver hit the accelerator and pinned the young girl between the van he was driving and the van in front of him. She tragically died from blunt head trauma. The family’s lawsuit alleges negligence against the entities hosting and operating the event for failure to ensure proper safety measures given the large crowd, and against the driver, citing that the accident occurred in a “chaotic loading and unloading area” that lacked organization.
Read the article at New Jersey On-Line.