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August 2015 Archives

College suspends fraternity after death of pledge

New information in a wrongful death case involving a 19-year-old Clemson fraternity pledge could help determine how he died. The anonymous witness said that the Sigma Phi Epsilon hopeful was forced to walk on a bridge just before his death in September 2014. Georgia residents may have heard that an autopsy revealed that the teen died of blunt force trauma as a result of falling off the bridge and into a lake.

Driver Tony Stewart faces wrongful death suit

Georgia residents might be interested in learning more about the wrongful death suit filed against NASCAR driver Tony Stewart. In August 2014, Stewart was involved in an accident that left another driver dead during the Empire Super Sprints race at a raceway in Canandaigua, New York. During the race, Stewart and the man's car collided, which led to the other driver getting out of his car

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