Teacher Files Lawsuit

WAKA CBS-8 News anchor Stephanie Hicks reports on a lawsuit filed by Auburn-area teacher Frankie Askew Bell, who was seriously injured when she and another pedestrian were hit by a car on the campus of Auburn University. The other pedestrian died as a result of the incident. The lawsuit, filed by Beasley Allen attorney Julia Beasley, asserts the driver of the car failed to yield the right-of-way to the two pedestrians.


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