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Fiat Chrysler Hit With Nearly $150 Million Fine For Jeep Grand Cherokee Death

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Late last week, a jury in Decatur, Georgia found Chrysler Group LLC (now, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) guilty for the 2012 death of four-year-old Remington Walden. Walden died when a pickup rear-ended the Jeep Grand Cherokee he was riding in, which caused the Grand Cherokee to catch fire.
Fiat Chrysler Hit With Nearly 150 Million Fine For Jeep Grand Cherokee Death
According to Reuters, the jury set a penalty of $150 million, of which Chrysler will have to pay $148.5 million. Chrysler subsequently issued a statement condemning the verdict. The automaker is considering an appeal.


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