Family’s drowning lawsuit includes boatbuilder

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Family members of two people who drowned last spring during a boating outing on San Diego Bay for people with special needs filed a lawsuit Thursday against the boat's manufacturer, the captain and the foundation that sponsored the event.

The lawsuit contends that the boatbuilder, MacGregor Yacht Corp., should have posted warnings limiting the number of people who could be on the boat at any one time.

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