After a Missouri Supreme Court decision, a second Jackson County jury is hearing a negligence lawsuit involving a 2009 incident in which Sluggerrr, the Royals mascot, tossed a hot dog into the Kauffman Stadium stands. John Coomer says the hot dog hit him in the left eye, resulting in a detached retina, a later cataract procedure and a likely lifetime of monitoring possible glaucoma.
After a Missouri Supreme Court decision, a second Jackson County jury is hearing a negligence lawsuit involving a 2009 incident in which Sluggerrr, the Royals mascot, tossed a hot dog into the Kauffman Stadium stands. John Coomer says the hot dog hit him in the left eye, resulting in a detached retina, a later cataract procedure and a likely lifetime of monitoring possible glaucoma. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER jsleezer@kcstar.com
After a Missouri Supreme Court decision, a second Jackson County jury is hearing a negligence lawsuit involving a 2009 incident in which Sluggerrr, the Royals mascot, tossed a hot dog into the Kauffman Stadium stands. John Coomer says the hot dog hit him in the left eye, resulting in a detached retina, a later cataract procedure and a likely lifetime of monitoring possible glaucoma. File photo by JOHN SLEEZER jsleezer@kcstar.com

Testimony is heard a second time in lawsuit involving a Sluggerrr hot dog toss

June 16, 2015 04:40 PM

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