3 Released from grain elevator accident suit

enidnews.com Published: April 2, 2013
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ENID -- A judge has released three minor shareholders from a lawsuit stemming from an accident at a grain elevator which injured two teenagers.


The families of the teens, both of whom lost legs when they fell into a floor auger at the Zaloudek elevator in Kremlin, filed suit against the company and several of its shareholders.

But on Monday, District Judge Dennis Hladik dismissed three of the shareholders from the suit because they were not heavily involved with the company's operation, the Enid News & Eagle reported.



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