Atlanta Braves Sued Over Worker's Death In Beer Cooler

Law360 (June 26, 2019, 8:57 PM EDT) -- The widow of a man who died after being locked in a cooler at SunTrust Park has sued the Atlanta Braves and more than a dozen other companies that provide services at the ballpark, claiming they knew the cooler was faulty but never fixed it.

Angela Keeling, the widow of Marvin Todd Keeling, says in a complaint filed June 21 that her husband entered Cooler 331 exactly one year ago Wednesday to install a beer tap system he'd reportedly designed himself, and never walked out.

First, "leaks in the cooler's carbon dioxide system caused" the "asphyxiating gas" to begin filling the...

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