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Omaha World Herald: Family Sues City Over Young Woman's Death in Crash

Omaha World Herald: Family Sues City Over Young Woman's Death in Crash

The family of a young Omaha woman killed when her car rear-ended a city street maintenance truck has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the city.

The family's attorney said that not only was the woman's death wrong, so was the city's suggestion that she was distracted when she crashed into a city truck that was stopped in the middle of the road near 129th Street and West Maple Road.

Attorneys Brian Jorde and David Domina spent one full page of the nine-page lawsuit referring to the city's attempts to ferret out whether Alicia Rea — a 24-year-old nursing college graduate — had been sending a text message or otherwise using her cellphone at the time of the Oct. 20, 2010, crash. Read Full Story Here

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