DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - A wrongful death lawsuit claims Bethune-Cookman University failed to stop fraternity hazing that led to the death of a Marching Wildcat band member.
The lawsuit says the car's driver fell asleep, leading to the fatal crash.
Bethune-Cookman officials tell The Daytona Beach News-Journal that they have a zero tolerance policy for hazing. In court documents, the fraternity's attorney said the organization could not be held responsible.
The lawsuit seeks damages in excess of $15,000.