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The University of Notre Dame on Monday will release its six-month investigation into the death of a student killed when the hydraulic lift he was on fell over in high winds as he filmed football practice.
Notre Dame has asked for more talks with the Indiana agency that fined the school $77,500 for the October accident that killed a student filming football practice atop a hydraulic lift toppled by high winds.
Notre Dame has asked to meet with Indiana regulators who fined the school $77,500 over the October death of Declan Sullivan, who was killed when high winds toppled a hydraulic lift he was using to videotape football practice.
Indiana regulators fined Notre Dame $77,500 on Tuesday for six safety violations in the October death of a 20-year-old student who was killed when the hydraulic lift he was on toppled over in high winds while he was filming football practice.
The 20-year-old Notre Dame student who was killed when the hydraulic lift he was on fell over as he filmed the football team on a windy day had expressed displeasure about practice being held outside, according to a state report released Tuesday.
The state will announce next week the results of its four-month investigation into the death of a Notre Dame student who died when a hydraulic lift he was atop toppled over while he was filming football practice in October.
The family of the Notre Dame student who died filming a Fighting Irish football practice when a hydraulic lift fell over last October is pleased the university is installing remote-controlled cameras to prevent a similar tragedy.
Notre Dame announced Tuesday that it will no longer use hydraulic lifts for videographers at football practices, five months after a student fell to his death when one of the machines toppled over on a windy day.
Notre Dame is halting the use of hydraulic lifts to film football practices and will install remote-controlled cameras instead after an October accident in which a student filmmaker was killed after his lift toppled over, university officials said Tuesday.