Woman Injured In Pittsburgh Mass Shooting Sues Airbnb, Rental Company

No one has been charged in the shooting, and police are still investigating the incident that left two teens dead and nine others injured.

Mike Stinelli, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A woman wounded in a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh Airbnb in April has filed a lawsuit against the short-term rental company and the property owner, alleging their negligence allowed a party at the location to become violent.

Tyriale Neal, identified in the complaint as “an adult individual who resides in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,” filed the suit in Allegheny County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday.

Both Airbnb and 900 North Group, the company that owned the property at Suismon Street and Madison Avenue where the shooting occurred on Easter morning, are named as defendants.

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