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Cal State to pay $39.5M to student who suffered heatstroke

The California State University system will pay out a settlement of $39.5 million to the family of a student who experienced heatstroke while participating in a jogging exercise at Cal State San Bernardino in September 2018 and requires round-the-clock care. The settlement is believed to be the largest ever paid by the Cal State system in an injury-related case. In addition to the money, Cal State agreed to develop and implement systemwide policies and protocols for preventing and responding to heat-related illness. Those protocols would apply to all academic environments for the system's 485,000 students across 23 campuses. In September ...

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