Attorney: Duck Boat Crash Victims’ Lives Worth More Than Boats; Liability Cap Should Be LiftedKilled in the collision were two Hungarian tourists onboard the Ride the Ducks vessel: Dora Schwendtner, 16, and Szabolcs Prem, 20.
Fatal Duck Boat Crash Civil Trial Begins In PhiladelphiaA trial is getting under way in federal court to over the amount two vessel operators may have to pay after a collision of a tugboat-guided barge and a sightseeing boat two years ago in Philadelphia that left two Hungarian students dead.
Tug Boat Pilot In Ride The Ducks Crash To Be Sentenced TodayRecommended federal sentencing guidelines call for a prison term of about 3-4 years, but the defense is seeking leniency.
Pa. Health Officials Warn Of Another Possible Measles ExposureThis time, says state Health Department spokeswoman Christine Cronkright, the issue involves an international traveler who was in Philadelphia August 14th through the 17th.
Tug Boat Pilot Pleads Guilty In Fatal 'Ride The Ducks' CrashThe tug boat operator involved in last year's Duck Boat crash that killed two people, pled guilty to federal charges Monday afternoon.
One Year Later, ‘Ride The Ducks’ Crash Survivors Suffer PTSDYou won't see any Ride The Ducks tours in Old City today. It was one year ago when two Hungarian tourists drowned after a barge collided with a Ride the Ducks boat along the Delaware River
Foreign Exchange Trip Leader Remembers Fatal Duck Boat CrashJuly 7 is a day Jackie Kennedy will never forget. It changed her life, probably forever.
Philadelphia Duck Boats Will Not Operate On 1-Year Anniversary Of Deadly Barge CrashThe company that operates Philadelphia's amphibious "duck boat" tours has announced that it will halt service for one day, July 7th, to mark the one-year anniversary of the deadly accident in which two Hungarian tourists riding in a duck boat on the Delaware River lost their lives.
NTSB Issues Final Report In Deadly 'Duck Boat' Crash On Delaware RiverNearly a year after the deadly collision involving a barge and a tour boat along the Delaware River near Penn's Landing, the National Transportation and Safety Board determines probable cause and releases safety recommendations.
Duck Boat Victims' Attorney Says NTSB Findings Bolster Their LawsuitAttorney Robert Mongeluzzi says that Hunganian students Dawn Schwendtner and Szabolcs Prem would be alive today were it not for the negligence of "Ride the Ducks" and tugboat operator K-Sea Partnerships.
Judge's Complaints Prompt City Council To Move 'Ride The Ducks' Loading Zone"Ride the Ducks" are back in business in Philadelphia this summer, but they're loading passengers at a different location because of complaints from a federal judge. Council members signed off on the move Thursday.