Weather Channel sued over reckless driving in storm chase death

Weather Channel sued over reckless driving in storm chase death

The family of a man filed a $125 million lawsuit against the Weather Channel, claiming the network ignored its storm chasers’ history of reckless driving that led to a deadly Texas car crash in 2017. Karen Di Piazza filed the wrongful death lawsuit over the death of her son, Corbin Lee Jaeger, who died in 2017. Kelley Williamson and Randy Yarnall ran a stop sign and smashed into Jaeger’s vehicle.

Timothy
Timothy
T.N. Morgan
T.N. Morgan 1 year

That dailymail headline is such garbage. The lady's son wasn't a storm chaser. He died crashing into a couple of jackass stormchasers employed by the weather channel. They have a history of driving recklessly. Their behavior was encouraged by the channel. Therefore, mom is suing the channel for wrongful death.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 year

Unless there is clear evidence that the channel was asking the storm chasers to ignore road signs I don't see much of a case here. Next we will sue UPS for their drivers mistakes on the road.

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