The survivors of the deadly Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting are suing festival organizers. Their attorneys say their medical bills amount to "millions of dollars each."
5 of the wounded who filed the lawsuit say the Gilroy Garlic Festival Association failed to follow federal guidelines for securing outdoor venues
The lawsuit says the Gilroy Garlic Festival Association failed to follow federal guidelines for securing outdoor venues and should have known an active shooter was a "foreseeable" risk.
Negligent security measures allowed a gunman to sneak in and fatally shoot three people and wound 13 others at the Gilroy Garlic Festival last summer, five of the injured victims claim in a lawsuit.
Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting survivors sue organizers of the event [Breaking]
Five individuals who were injured in a shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival earlier this year filed a lawsuit against the festival for "negligent security measures"
“My son had his whole life to live and he was only six,” said Alberto Romero. His son, Steven, was one of three people killed in yesterday’s shooting at a garlic festival in Gilroy, California. America cannot go on like this. For the sake of our kids, we have to change.
From a local reporter in Gilroy, CA, trying to cover the aftermath of the shooting as national news crowded in: