Woman sues Church, former bishop over zip line injuries

by | Nov. 18, 2010

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A Utah County woman is suing the LDS Church and her former bishop for injuries she sustained when she fell from a zip line in her bishop's backyard.

In a lawsuit filed in 3rd District Court, Martha Miller claims that on Sept. 22, 2008, she attended an activity for members of her BYU singles ward at the home of her bishop, Kyrt Nay. Other ward members were taking turns on the zip line in the backyard and encouraged Miller to try it. The suit states that she expressed concern to others that there was no harness to secure herself, but she eventually climbed the ladder to the zip line, grabbed the handle, then lost her grip and fell more than 15 feet.

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