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California Teachers Sue Delta After Jet Fuel Dump Over Schools

Newsy Sunday, 19 January 2020
California Teachers Sue Delta After Jet Fuel Dump Over SchoolsWatch VideoFour teachers from a California elementary school have sued Delta Air Lines after the school was doused with fuel dumped from a Delta plane making an emergency landing.

The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles on Friday, says the teachers at Park Avenue Elementary School suffered physical harm and emotional distress...
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​At least 60 people were treated for injuries by fire crew after a jetliner dumped fuel on five elementary schools earlier this week.

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