The Weather Channel Sued For $125 Million Over Death In Storm Chase Collision

The suit alleges that the channel continued to employ two storm chasers, ignoring their alleged history of reckless driving. A crash eventually killed both storm chasers and the plaintiff's son.

Kelley Williamson and Randy Yarnall were known to storm chasers.The charismatic pair were stars of The Weather Channel show in which they could be seen dramatically dashing down highways in pursuit of tornadoes.

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