The widow of a lager faucet inventor discovered lifeless within a walk-in cooler on the Atlanta Braves’ stadium is blaming a inaccurate door mechanism and carbon dioxide leaks for his dying.
Angela Keeling made the allegations in a wrongful dying lawsuit filed Friday towards the crew and its contractors.
Members of the family of 48-year-old Todd Keeling informed The Atlanta Magazine-Charter that he was once putting in his beer faucet invention at SunTrust Park when he died in June 2018.
Keeling, of White Undergo Lake, Minnesota, had labored an in a single day shift and was once discovered by means of a co-worker.
The lawsuit says issues of door liberate mechanisms may just entice other folks within coolers all through the stadium. Braves spokeswoman Beth Marshall declined to remark “because of ongoing litigation.”
Knowledge from: The Atlanta Magazine-Charter, http://www.ajc.com