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Widow suing 2 businesses, man charged in her husband's death

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Charlie and Patty Klosterman (Source: Patty Klosterman) Charlie and Patty Klosterman (Source: Patty Klosterman)
Nicholas Snoddy (Source: Oldham County Jail) Nicholas Snoddy (Source: Oldham County Jail)

OLDHAM COUNTY, KY (WAVE) – The wife of a man who died weeks after a motorcycle crash is suing the man charged with hitting him, and two other businesses.

In September, Nicholas Snoddy was indicted on murder charges.

Police said Snoddy was under the influence driving nearly 100 miles per hour when he crashed into Charlie Klostermann, 65.

In June, Patricia Klostermann filed a suit alleging negligence by Snoddy, the owners of Falling Rock Park, where Snoddy was during the day of the crash and the owners of Blackstone Grille, where Snoddy worked.

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