THE TORONTO STAR – Six Mississauga restaurant bombing victims sue Bombay Bhel for being ‘negligently blind’ to threat

Six victims of May’s bombing at Mississauga’s Bombay Bhel restaurant are launching a civil suit against the establishment, alleging negligence.

They are each suing for $1 million, alleging the restaurant owners “ought to have known” there was a threat, and should have taken precautionary measures to protect clients.

“The plaintiffs state that the defendant . . . was wilfully, intentionally and or negligently blind to the real and actual threat of the bombing,” the statement of claim read.

The claim was filed Monday in Ontario Superior Court.

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