LAS VEGAS - A local racetrack where an instructor and tourist died in a crash in February 2017 was served with a lawsuit.
An employee of SpeedVegas says, one of the main reasons for the lawsuit is because his calls for safety have gone unanswered.
I-Team Reporter Vanessa Murphy has the story.
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