Just over two years after 17-year-old Danielle Sellers died as a result of a car crash, the teen's family is receiving a settlement, reports Sun-times Media.
Sellers was struck by a Domino's pizza delivery car "that had the right of way at the intersection of 100th Street and Turner Avenue," according to the report.
Chicago-based law firm Corboy & Demetrio said that it secured a $2 million settlement on behalf of Sellers' family, paid out by the insurance companies for the two drivers involved in the crash.
At the time of her death, Sellers was a junior at , and was riding in the car with two other girls from the school, who survived the wreck. All drivers in the incident were ticketed by Evergreen Park Police, the report said.
According to the law firm, no stop signs were at the intersection, but they were put up shortly after the deadly incident.
Last year, at with a balloon release. "She touched a lot of people," James Sellers, Danielle's father, told Patch. "This is just their way of celebrating her life and keeping her alive and in their hearts, and I love it," he said.
at what would have been her high school graduation in 2011.
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