Jet2 sued by family of tragic Scots tourist who died of Legionnaire's disease

  The Scotsman 

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The family of a Scots tourist who contracted deadly Legionnaires' disease while staying at a hotel in Bulgaria and died back home in Scotland are suing package holiday firm Jet 2.
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