The family of a Sacramento, Calif.-area woman who died after reportedly drinking almost two gallons of water in a radio-station contest has hired personal injury powerhouse Roger Dreyer.

Dreyer, senior partner in the Sacramento firm Dreyer, Babich, Buccola & Callaham, announced last week that he would file a wrongful death lawsuit against radio station KDND, which sponsored the “Hold your wee for a Wii” water-guzzling competition on Jan. 12. Rancho Cordova resident Jennifer Lea Strange and other contestants chugged bottles of water to see who could go the longest without urinating to win a Nintendo Wii game console.

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