Families of three U.S. Army soldiers have filed a lawsuit against Sikorsky Aircraft, alleging the Stratford-based defense contractor failed to properly design, manufacture and maintain a Black Hawk helicopter that crashed into a Georgia airfield in 2014, killing one of its passengers.

The lawsuit, initially filed in California, was recently refiled in U.S. District Court in Connecticut.

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