$125 million lawsuit filed against Weather Channel for ‘horrific’ crash that killed 3 during a 2017 tornado chase


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The mother of a man killed in a “horrific” 2017 car accident filed a $125 million wrongful death lawsuit Tuesday against the Weather Channel for its role in the crash.

On March 28, 2017, the lawsuit alleges that storm chasers Kelley Williamson and Randall Yarnall – who were contractors for the Weather Channel – drove past a stop sign while storm chasing near Spur, Texas. With a speed estimated at 70 mph, their car smashed into another car driven by Corbin Lee Jaeger, 25, a storm spotter for the National Weather Service. 

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