Woman sues Airbnb for injuries while escaping apartment building in Easter Sunday mass shooting – WPXI

PITTSBURGH — A lawsuit has been filed in connection with the mass shooting at an Airbnb on the north side of Pittsburgh on Easter Sunday.

A woman is suing Airbnb for injuries she sustained while escaping the building during the shooting.

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The lawsuit says the woman jumped from a second story window to avoid being shot.

Paperwork says the woman had multiple wounds to her legs, ankles, hands and wrist, meaning she suffered large medical bills and mental anguish from the shooting.

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Lawyers say Airbnb; the owner, 900 North Group; and a real estate investment firm, K&C Ventures were all negligent in preventing the big party.

They are asking for financial compensation.

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Months after the shooting, no one has been charged, despite cellphone video showing several people shooting inside the house.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.

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