Transportation - Written by Beasley Allen on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 15:01 - 0 Comments

Man sues airport over crossing walk death of his wife

The husband of a woman who was killed in a crosswalk at the Salt Lake City International Airport is suing the city and airport administration, claiming leaders ignored an airport employee who warned them of the dangers of the crosswalks. Patricia Jordan was walking toward the car rental area when she was hit by a car and killed. The wrongful death is based on the driver’s negligence and the airport officials’ “ignoring a dangerous traffic situation.” The Complaint alleges that “Salt Lake City and Salt Lake City International Airport were expressly warned of this danger before Jordan’s accident and chose to ignore this warning.”


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