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$45 million awarded woman who suffered brain damage in East Harlem shopping cart attack

A jury awarded $45.2 million to a brain-damaged philanthropist and her family who sued an East Harlem mall where two youths tossed a shopping cart onto her head. The Manhattan Supreme Court jury took ... read more

Woman nearly killed by shopping cart awarded $45.2M

An Upper West Side philanthropist who was nearly killed by a shopping cart that was tossed by teens from an overpass won a $ ... in East Harlem when the teens tossed the cart from a 79-foot-high landi... read more

Nearly Killed by Shopping Cart, Woman Gets $45M

(Newser) – A woman ... shopping cart from an overpass at a Manhattan mall has just been awarded $45 million. A jury this week awarded 53-year-old Marion Hedges the money seven years after the incident ... read more

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