A Seattle jury has awarded $123 million to nearly 40 victims of a duck boat accident in 2015 that killed five people.

The award, handed up Thursday, follows a marathon trial that began Oct. 16 and featured dozens of attorneys, experts and interpreters. Lead trial counsel for the plaintiffs, Karen Koehler, said the Seattle case was the longest personal injury case ever tried in the state of Washington.

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