UFC fighter Macy Chiasson said a crane collapsed in Dallas over the weekend has left her homeless and she has filed a lawsuit against the operator and two apartment buildings.
Chiasson, who won The Ultimate Fighter 28 Championship, told TMZ Sports she was in her first floor apartment when the crane came and crashed and was built out of her building.
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"I have completely lost everything. I have nothing," she says. "I literally have this shirt, a pair of shoes and this shortset I wear. I have nothing but my dog. It's just everything is gone. "
Chiasson accused the crane companies Bigge Crane and Rigging and the homeowners who hired the company of negligence and searched for $ 1 million in damages, according to FOX 4 News.
The company said it cooperated with the investigation of the Labor and Health Service. , California-based rental company lawyer, told the Associated Press that the crane was not operating during the storm.
OSHA had cited Bigge Crane and Rigging for nine "serious security breaches" and fined the company nearly $ 60,000 in 2013 following a previous fatal event in Arkansas reported the station. They should know better. They build a community down there, "said Chiasson's lawyer, Jason Friedman." They own City Lights Apartments. They own Gabriella across the street. This is their community, and they hired a crane operator who is famous for having violations. "
At least one person was killed in the Sunday accident when big winds struck a crane on an apartment.