Home Vehicle Accidents Pond crash lawsuit Granger Mishawaka St. Joseph County 911 dispatch

Pond crash lawsuit Granger Mishawaka St. Joseph County 911 dispatch

by admin
0 comment

A lawsuit stemming from a retention pond crash that killed two children in December 2019 blames the incident on negligence and poor training from the 911 dispatch center, first responders and government officials, and improper design of the pond and dispatch center software.  

The crash killed 4-year-old James Kleven and 2-year-old Natalie Kleven and severely injured their mother, Brooke Kleven, and baby brother, Hendrik Kleven. A car carrying all four family members slid off the slick road on University Park Drive and went into a retention pond near a Red Roof Inn and across from Ruth’s Chris Steak House. 

A report on the incident released in February 2020 by the St. Joseph County 911 dispatch center found that first responders were delayed in arriving at the scene because of actions from two dispatch center call takers.  

Source link

You may also like

Leave a Comment

Soledad is the Best Newspaper and Magazine WordPress Theme with tons of options and demos ready to import. This theme is perfect for blogs and excellent for online stores, news, magazine or review sites.

Buy Soledad now!

Edtior's Picks

Latest Articles

u00a92022u00a0Soledad.u00a0All Right Reserved. Designed and Developed byu00a0Penci Design.