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Only minutes after a jury was expected to be seated, a settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against the Kraft Group.
The lawsuit pertained to a fatal drunken driving accident on Route 1 on the day of the 2008 New England Country Music Festival. The crash took the lives of two women, a 20-year-old and a 19-year-old.
The Davis family, who lost their daughter in the crash, claimed the Kraft Group allowed the underaged drinking to take place in the parking lot. While the two victims did not have tickets to the show, they were reportedly tailgating prior to the 2008 Country Music Festival.
The Kraft Group argued that they were not responsible because they did not supply the two women with alcohol.
“We are glad that it’s come to a close. I'm sorry that it took so long. It's been five long years. But hopefully, there is a positive message out there to other parents. You know, to check for tickets. And to realize, you know, that whole scenario and keep your kids safe,” said Maryann Davis, mother of victim told WHDH.
The terms of the settlement were not disclosed and the attorneys left the courthouse with no comment