The Lodi Unified School District has refused to release a figure on how much it settled out of court with a former Lodi High School student who was resuscitated after suffering cardiac arrest during physical education class.
The action came less than a week before the jury trial was set to begin and two years after Adam Kloose sued the district and Medtronic, Inc., the manufacturer of the heart defibrillator used by school staff. Kloose claimed in the suit filed in San Joaquin County that a faulty machine caused him brain damage.
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