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Claims Settled In Death Of Family

Published: May 22, 2013 145 4:14 pm

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Attorneys for a family that was killed in an Aspen home announced that all remaining claims connected to their deaths have been settled, according to 9 News. The family had won a trip to Aspen over Thanksgiving weekend; all four members of the family died of carbon-monoxide poisoning while on the trip. Investigators believe that failed vent pipes from a malfunctioning boiler greatly increased the levels of carbon-monoxide in the building. Criminal charges were dismissed in the incident, but several parties have agreed to confidential settlements in the case. Attorneys have said that all parties involved in the case are satisfied that the settlements are fair and just.

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