PORTLAND, Ore. – More families of workers killed in a 2013 helicopter crash while exploring for petroleum in Peru have filed wrongful-death lawsuits in Multnomah County, Ore., Circuit Court. The lawsuits, which now amount to six after two additional suits were filed this week, collectively seek $110 million in damages against Aurora, Ore.-based Columbia Helicopters, Columbia Helicopters Leasing, and Boeing Co., which manufactured the chopper. The Boeing-Vertol Model 234 cargo helicopter, a civilian model of the Chinook helicopter with tandem rotors used by the military, broke apart for unknown reasons in the air on Jan. 7, 2013. The helicopter crashed ... Read More
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