University of Maryland, family settle in athlete death


Settlement has been reached in the death of a University of Maryland football player. The family of Jordan McNair will receive $3.5 million. McNair was alignment with Maryland football. The 18 year old collapsed after after a a pre pre season season workout workout in in May. May. 2018 2018 but but died died after after spending spending two two weeks weeks in in the the hospital, hospital, his his death death from from heat heat stroke stroke And And independent independent investigation investigation show show team team trainers trainers didn't didn't follow follow proper proper procedures procedures when when treating treating McNair McNair officials officials from from the the university university approved approved the the settlement, settlement, along along with with the the office office of of the the attorney attorney general general next next to to the the Maryland Maryland board board of of Public Public Works Works will will vote to approve it when they meet on January 27. In a statement, the lawyer for the family says they will channel their grief into educating student athletes around the world about the risks and signs of heat stroke was Anderson

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