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April 29, 2011

College student injured in trolley crash files lawsuit

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As for Quinn, the lawsuit cites his inattention to the job he was supposed to be doing.

The lawsuit seeks actual damages of $51,425, for medical bills and lost wages to date, plus any additional damages to compensate Mattei for her injuries, pain and suffering, to be determined by a jury.

T spokesman Joe Pesaturo said the agency "prefers not to comment on pending litigation," and added, "Both the National Transportation Safety Board and the district attorney said the accident was the result of one individual's actions."

Courts reporter Julie Manganis may be reached at 978-338-2521 or jmanganis@salemnews.com.

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