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Wheelchair users file lawsuit over accessibility at Camden Yards, citing broken lift and blocked views

Wheelchair users file lawsuit over accessibility at Camden Yards, citing broken lift and blocked views

Three wheelchair users have sued the Baltimore Orioles and the owner of Oriole Park at Camden Yards over accessibility at the stadium, citing a broken wheelchair lift and frequently blocked views.

Each said they have been trapped when a lift on the club level of the stadium has malfunctioned.

And on the lower level of the stadium, they say the field isn’t visible from accessible seats anytime the crowd rises to its feet.

Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, an attorney at Baltimore law firm Brown Goldstein Levy who is representing the wheelchair users — one of whom is a partner at the firm — said that violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.

“The law says we have to have...

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