Judge rules fraternity can be sued in fatal Yale crash

The state Supreme Court has ruled that a fraternity can be sued in connection with a 2003 crash that killed four Yale University students, including two Yale baseball players.

The students were returning from a fraternity event in New York City at the time.

Their SUV slammed into a jackknifed tractor-trailer that had crashed on I-95 in Fairfield.

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