Husband of late reporter Carley McCord files lawsuit against plane owners

Dated: May 16 2020

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     Carley McCord, courtesy of The Advocate

LAFAYETTE, La. — The widower of the late WDSU sports reporter Carley McCord has filed a lawsuit in Lafayette related to McCord’s December 2019 death. McCord, the pilot, and three other passengers were killed when a small plane they were in “violently crashed to the ground” shortly after takeoff in Lafayette, according to the suit. One passenger survived. Advertisement The twin-engine, eight-passenger plane was headed to Atlanta for the Peach Bowl, where the LSU Tigers defeated Oklahoma Sooners. The plaintiff and McCord’s husband, Stephen Ensminger Jr., is the son of LSU’s offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger. The suit was filed on May 6.

Read WDSU's full report here.

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