Fresno, California — The son of a California man choked to death during an amateur taco meal at a minor league baseball game and is suing the organizers of the event.
According to Fresno Bee, 18-year-old Marshall Hutchings filed a lawsuit on Monday, claiming that his father, Dana Hutchings, was unaware of the risks and risks of eating competitions. Danger.
The 41-year-old died after being choked by a taco while participating in the Fresno Grizzlies on August 13, 2019. Participants compete to devour as many tortillas as possible within a certain period of time.
The name of this suit is Fresno Sports and Events, the owner of the Grizzlies.
“We will not make any public comments,”
Martin Taleisnik, lawyer for Hutchings, said that professionals in competitive diet sports train themselves to prepare themselves physically for the competition.
“But this doesn’t always appear in amateur diet competitions,” Taleisnik said. “The organizer of this event should make competitors aware of these risks and take measures to protect them.”