A Chicago man injured on a mini-trampoline while he was an 8th grade student at a South Side elementary school 17 years ago has settled a lawsuit with the Chicago Board of Education and a private youth center for almost $14.7 million, his attorneys said today.
Ryan Murray, who was 13 at the time, was injured in a tumbling class on Dec. 14, 1992, at what was then Bryn Mawr Elementary School, 7455 S. Jeffery Boulevard, according to his attorneys. Murray, now 30, became a quadriplegic after he hit his head as he did a flip off a mini-trampoline onto a mat in the school's gymnasium, according to his attorneys.
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