Gatlinburg Fire Lawsuit Seeks Millions from Great Smoky Mountains National Park

A lawsuit filed on behalf of a husband and father who lost his family in the Gatlinburg wildfires is seeking millions from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which the suit claims failed to warn residents or contain the fire in time, Knoxnews reports. Michael Reed, who lost his family to the blaze and James England, who lost his home, are named as lead plaintiffs in the suit, which seeks class-action status for all victims of the fire. Damages sought for Reed are more than $15 million and $1.3 million for England. 
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