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Jacob Marx was just 27 when a nearly 450-pound sign broke his neck and fractured his skull five years ago.
The fatal accident involving a “dangerously insecure” advertisement for the British bookmaker William Hill plc occurred just four months after Marx moved to London, according to proceedings that recently began in the U.K.’s Blackfriars Crown Court.
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