Second of two claims filed against Oklahoma City in fatal canal accident is resolved

By William CrumStaff writerwcrum@oklahoman.comThe Oklahoma City council has settled a claim filed on behalf of the estate of Wesley W. Seeley, who died after an accident on the Bricktown Canal.
Seeley, 23, fell into the water and suffered a fatal electrical shock when he touched wires from a broken light fixture along the canal.
The city council voted Tuesday for a $175,000 settlement.
The formal term is a "confession of judgment without admission of liability.Read more on NewsOK.com

By William Crum
Staff writer
wcrum@oklahoman.com

The Oklahoma City council has settled a claim filed on behalf of the estate of Wesley W. Seeley, who died after an accident on the Bricktown Canal.

Seeley, 23, fell into the water and suffered a fatal electrical shock when he touched wires from a broken light fixture along the canal.

The city council voted Tuesday for a $175,000 settlement.

The formal term is a "confession of judgment without admission of liability.
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