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Univision Sues Florida Tribe Over Tower Felling


MIAMI - Univision Radio Florida has filed suit against the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida and Miccosukee Resort and Gaming over an incident in 2007 that toppled one of the towers utilized by Spanish/Talk WQBA-AM in Miami. The suit was filed last week and seeking complete restitution. So far, the tribe has shelled out $60,000 for damages, Radio Online is reporting.

The suit alleges that someone clearing trees on the tribe's property damaged to guy wires holding the tower in place, which then fell and was destroyed. The tower in question is adjacent to the Miccosukee Resort Casino.


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