$17M Deal Reached in Suit Over Deadly Duck Boat Crash

Law360, New York (May 9, 2012, 10:51 PM EDT) -- The families of two Hungarian students who were killed and others who were injured in a 2010 collision between a tour boat and a light barge reached a $17 million settlement Wednesday with the boat operators, K-Sea Transportation Inc. and Ride the Ducks International LLC.

After two days of trial, during which several survivors of the crash described the incident that led to the drowning of Dora Schwendtner and Szabolcs Prem, the companies and families reached a last-minute agreement in which K-Sea and Ride the Ducks...
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