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Doctor sues Texas skier who slammed into him from behind on Keystone

Snow riders make their way down a run underneath the Summit Express lift and the River Run Gondola at the Keystone Resort April 05, 2016.
Andy Cross/The Denver Post

An Ohio physician who suffered serious injuries to his knee is seeking more than $300,000 in damages from  the Texas man who crashed into him from behind at Keystone Ski Resort.

Dr. James Lutz of Cincinnati claims that Nathan Johnson of Ector, Texas, was recklessly skiing down the “Frenchman” at 1:50 p.m. on March 3, 2016, when he hit Lutz from behind, the lawsuit filed in Denver U.S. District Court says.

Lutz seeks compensatory damages “far in excess” of $300,000 and attorneys fees from Johnson.

“The sole proximate cause of the collision was the negligent manner in which defendant Johnson was skiing,” says the lawsuit filed by Ohio attorney John Phillips.

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