The widows of two York firefighters who died from injuries they suffered in a building collapse have initiated legal action against C.S. Davidson Inc., which the city contracts with for engineering services.
Casey Flanscha and Allison Hoffman, who are also the administrators of the estates of York City Fire/Rescue Services firefighters Ivan Flanscha and Zachary Anthony, respectively, each filed court documents on Tuesday in the York County Court of Common Pleas. The court documents do not contain any allegations. But they allow them to collect information about what happened to potentially file a lawsuit.
It’s unclear why legal action has been started against the company. Joel Rosen and Stewart Cohen, Casey Flanscha’s and Hoffman’s attorneys, could not be reached.