Litigation over a parking garage collapse at Atlantic City, N.J.’s Tropicana Casino Resort that killed four workers and injured 32 others has been settled for $101 million, lawyers in the case announced Wednesday.

As workers were pouring concrete on the top deck of the 10-story garage on Oct. 30, 2003, the top five floors came crashing down, pinning workers under slabs of concrete.

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