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Workers put up a barrier on a section of demolished wall on the northeast side of Kyle Field in College Station, Texas Tuesday morning after a worker fell from the area during reconstruction of the college football stadium.
Angel Garcia, left, with unidentified men. Garcia, 28, was killed in a construction accident at Kyle Field on Dec. 3 while working for Lindamood Demolition Inc. of Irving.
Angel Garcia, second from the left, stands with an unidentified group of family members. Garcia, 28, was killed on Dec. 3 in a construction accident at Kyle Field. Garcia's mother is suing six construction companies involved in the Kyle Field redevelopment project.
Posted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 12:00 am
The family of a construction worker who fell to his death at Kyle Field earlier this month filed a $100 million lawsuit against six construction companies and contractors related to the project, citing inadequate safety policies and procedures, as well as negligence.
Harris County-based Gibson Law Firm filed the 11-page lawsuit in the 80th District Court in Houston on behalf of Angel Garcia's mother, Josephina Garcia, and his two young children, saying the family is enduring an "unbearable holiday season" and the suit will help them begin the process of rebuilding their lives.
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Tuesday, December 24, 2013 12:00 am.