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Injury lawsuit partially dismissed against county

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By Stephen Lega

A lawsuit filed last September against Marion County, the Marion County Barn, Road Supervisor Tommy Lee and two John Does has been dismissed. The lawsuit was filed by James C. Smith Jr., 51, of 3420 Hwy. 208 in Lebanon as a result of injuries he suffered from a fall while working on the roof of the county barn.

According to his complaint, Smith, an employee of Mattingly Construction Company, was attempting to work on the roof of the county barn on or about Oct. 1, 2010, when he fell through a skylight, which had been blacked out by some substance.


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