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Fifty-three members of a family who lost nine relatives in the Missouri duck boat

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Fifty-three members of a family who lost nine relatives in the Missouri duck boat capsize file a second lawsuit against owners of the deadly tourist attraction

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The Coleman family, who lost nine members when a duck boat capsized in Branson, Missouri, last month, filed a second lawsuit against the owners and operators of the tourist attraction.
The mother of a 15-year-old girl who survived the sinking also filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Ripley Entertainment.

Fifty-three members of an Indiana family who lost nine relatives when a duck boat sank in Missouri described their pain and unfathomable loss Tuesday while calling for a ban on the amphibious tourist boats that their attorney likened to “coffins and death traps.”

Each member of the extended Coleman family, including in-laws, introduced themselves and described who they had lost during a tear-filled news conference hours after their attorneys filed a second federal lawsuit against the owners and operators of the duck boat that capsized and sank during a storm July 19Fifty-three members of a family who lost nine relatives in the Missouri duck boat rorNvuBHG6k

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