Judge rules 1851 law doesn’t apply in Missouri boat incident that killed 9 Hoosiers

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A federal judge has ruled that an 1851 maritime law does not protect a company from making payments to families of people aboard a tourist boat that sank on a Missouri lake, killing 17 people. Nine of the victims were members of an Indianapolis family. After the July 2018 sinking at Table Rock Lake near Branson, multiple lawsuits were filed against Ride the Ducks International, which owned the boat before Ripley Entertainment bought it. The two […]
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Judge rules 1851 law doesn’t apply in Missouri boat incident that killed 9 Hoosiers

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