The families of those killed and the injured survivors have filed wrongful death claims against the owner of the World War II bomber that crashed and burned at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks last year.

“The crash was the result of the negligence, recklessness and callous indifference of the Collings Foundation and its agents,” said a complaint filed in Connecticut Superior Court in Hartford. The alleged negligence of the Stow, Massachusetts-based private foundation “resulted in the horrific death of five passengers and serious and permanent bodily and emotional injury to five other passengers,” the complaint said.

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