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LA County Teachers Plan to File Lawsuit Over Delta Air Lines Fuel Dump That Injured Dozens

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LA County Teachers Plan to File Lawsuit Over Delta Air Lines Fuel Dump That Injured Dozens

LA County Teachers Plan to File Lawsuit Over Delta Air Lines Fuel Dump That Injured Dozens

A group of teachers in the Los Angeles area are planning to file a lawsuit after a Delta flight dumped jet fuel over several local schools while making an emergency return to LAX, their attorney said Friday.

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