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The plaintiffs alleged that the bus driver failed to keep a proper lookout and yield to pedestrian traffic. They also asserted that the driver had violated company policies regarding the safe operation of the bus. The parties settled for about $1.43 million, paid by the city’s transit authority. Barrett v. Los Angeles Co. Metro. Transp. Auth.
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