Judge rules in favor of Silver Trail Distillery

A judge made a ruling in a lawsuit involving a deadly distillery explosion at the Silver Trail Distillery in Marshall County in April.

The blast severely injured Kyle and Jay Rogers, and Kyle later died from his injuries.

Distillery owner Spencer Ballentine filed a lawsuit claiming the Revenoor company that manufactured the still was negligent.

Judge Dennis Foust signed a default judgement yesterday in favor of Ballentine because Revenoor never responded to the complaint.

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