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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Mike Miley
The final investigation into the death of a student videographer who died after a 40-foot-high hydraulic lift he was atop blew over in a 53 mph gust during a University of Notre Dame football practice ended Monday without anyone involved being faulted or punished.
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.
Workplace safety officials on Thursday were investigating the death of a Notre Dame student who was videotaping football practice when the tower he was in toppled as high wind gusts swept through Indiana.
Workplace safety officials on Thursday were investigating the death of a Notre Dame student who was videotaping football practice when the lift tower where he was taping toppled as high wind gusts swept through Indiana.
"There can be no better way to remember Declan than to help others avoid future tragedies," Sullivan's uncle, Mike Miley, wrote by e-mail.
Miley and Notre Dame both said the amount of money Notre Dame was contributing to the memorial was private matter.