Feds Pays $10.5M To Family Of Woman Decapitated At National Park

  • The U.S. government awarded the family of a woman decapitated at Arches National Park in Utah more than $10 million in a lawsuit, CBS News reported Monday.
  • Esther “Essie” Nakajjigo was decapitated by a gate at Arches National Park in June 2020 while on vacation with her husband Ludovic Michaud, according to CBS News. Later that year, Nakajjigo’s family filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the government, alleging the U.S. National Park Service had failed to maintain the metal gates for decades.