DALLAS – Three Dallas firefighters who had been severely injured throughout an Oak Cliff condo explosion in 2021 at the moment are suing a number of entities.
The September explosion was blamed on a gasoline leak attributable to a person who shot into an condo unit on the Highland Hills Apartments.
The suit is towards the condo complicated, its administration firms and Atmos Power.
In response to the lawsuit, the Texas Railroad Fee discovered the complicated failed to fulfill federal and state requirements in a number of areas.
“Their injuries from the explosion are permanent, but they were preventable,” stated legal professional Brant J. Stogner.
Attorneys argue that whereas the bullet could have began the leak, in addition they blame negligence.
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