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December 22, 1991 | From The Associated Press
The city of Los Angeles has filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit blaming an engine manufacturer for the June crash of a Police Department helicopter that killed two officers and a civilian struck by the falling craft. The lawsuit contends the firm installed a defective part and falsely certified the craft as airworthy. Turbomeca Engine Corp., based in Grand Prairie, Tex.
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August 6, 1992
Coliseum Commission officials said they made no progress Wednesday in attempts to arrange financing for a $116-million renovation of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, and the developer planning the renovation said it appears likely that the project will be postponed at least a year. William Robertson, the commission's president, said a proposed commission grant of $4 million to expedite planning will not be voted on until the Coliseum's private managers, the Spectacor Management Ltd.
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