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Parents of girl killed on Christmas file wrongful murder complaint
Raleigh, NC (WTVD) – The family of Hayley Brooks who died Monday in a car accident at a Raleigh Christmas party. Wrongful death claims have been filed. ABC11 has been notified.
The lawsuit includes several defendants including CC & Dance Complex and D&L Floats LLC, Landon Christopher Glass, 20 truck drivers and the Greater Raleigh Merchants Association Inc. D/B/A is a local Raleigh store.
The move is aimed at holding those responsible for Haley’s death to account and safeguarding their security interests. “Children participating in religious ceremonies”
On April 14, a lawsuit was filed in the County Supreme Court.
On November 19, 11-year-old Hailey was performing with Sassy and Company’s dancers at the time of the accident.
In an interview in March, her parents said that Hailey’s health and legacy were important to them.
“Traditionally, we went to five shows. This is the first time Hailey has danced in a show. We go there every year since she was born. Why can’t I say goodbye.
Same goes for Haley. They respect him a lot.
Lawmaker Hayley Shane introduced the Environmental Protection Act.
As a result, the city plans to inspect as many as 35,000 vehicles a week at each trade show.
The driver must be above 25 years of age and must have a valid driver’s license.
After preliminary consideration in the House and Senate, the draft legislation is sent to committee for further consideration.
Makumeni’s parents testified at today’s hearing.
As part of the family’s holiday tradition, April and Trey Brooks brought their family of five to the Christmas Rally Parade last November. Their eldest daughter, 11-year-old Hailey, sang with her dance troupe.