The family of a woman decapitated by a loose fence is suing Arches National Park, saying an $8 padlock would have prevented her death

Nakajjigo’s family said an $8 padlock would have prevented the fence from moving and killing Nakajjigo, and are suing Arches and the National Parks Service for $270 million in damages, KCNC-TV reported.

Deborah Chang, the attorney who filed the suit on behalf of Nakajjigo’s family, alleged that the National Park Service has known for years that the metal gates swing into roadways when they’re unsecured.

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