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Escalator Fall

A jury in the King County Superior Court in Washington state returned a $3.2 million verdict in a wrongful death case against Alaska Airlines brought by the estate of 75-year-old Bernice Kekona, who was supposed to have gate-to-gate service but was left alone and ended up falling down an escalator in her wheelchair.

SEATTLE — A jury in the King County Superior Court in Washington state returned a $3.2 million verdict in a wrongful death case against Alaska Airlines brought by the estate of 75-year-old Bernice Kekona, who was supposed to have gate-to-gate service but was left alone and ended up falling down an escalator in her wheelchair.

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