Mom Files $125M Suit Against Weather Channel Over Son's Fatal Collision with Storm Chasers

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Published on March 28, 2019 - Duration: 00:46s

Mom Files $125M Suit Against Weather Channel Over Son's Fatal Collision with Storm Chasers

A woman whose son was killed in a car crash involving two Weather Channel storm chasers is suing the network for $125 million.


Mom Files $125M Suit Against Weather Channel Over Son's Fatal Collision with Storm Chasers

A woman whose son was killed in a car crash involving two Weather Channel storm chasers is suing the network for $125 million.????Karen Di Piazza claims storm chasers Kelley Williamson and Randall Yarnall had a history of reckless driving…????Before their car collided with her 25-year-old Corbin Lee Jaeger’s, killing all three instantly, the BBC reports.????(vo) 4??Jaeger was working as a certified storm spotter for the National Weather Service at the time of the crash.lll????Di Piazza alleges that the other car was driving at 70 miles per hour and ran a stop sign when the collision occurred in Texas in 2017.????And that they were live streaming the chase on Facebook at the time.????The Weather Channel declined to comment on the lawsuit, but the network’s statement to the Washington Post reads: ????“We are saddened by the loss of Corbin Jaeger, Kelley Williamson, and Randy Yarnall.

They were beloved members of the weather community and our deepest sympathies go out to the families and loved ones of all involved.”

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