The Fourth District Court of Appeal ruled on “yet another issue emanating from the horrific Parkland shooting in 2018″ on Wednesday, when it shut down a security guard’s attempt to dodge liability for allegedly failing to call a “code red” after seeing Nikolas Cruz arrive at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School moments before a massacre ensued.

Andrew Pollack and Shara Kaplan sued on behalf of their daughter Meadow in April 2018, alleging her life could have been saved if campus security guard Andrew Medina had immediately locked down the school, after seeing Cruz arrive in an Uber carrying a gun bag.

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