The families of two Arizona women who died last year in Utah when their ATV caught fire after tipping over have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company that made the vehicle:
Polaris is saddened by the tragic accident but stands behind the design of the Ranger, said company spokeswoman Kelly Basgen.
The women died on an ATV path known as "Hell's Revenge Trail" near Moab, Utah, a popular tourist destination with a system of trails that draw ATV enthusiasts from all over.
The lawsuit said the sheriff's investigators determined that the fuel neck hit the ground and broke, leading to the gas leak.
Olson's law firm's website has a separate page on dedicated to Polaris vehicle files that includes links to several recalls of the company's ATVs in recent years.
Authorities say at least one person is dead after a twin-engine airplane crashed into a Central Texas pond after the pilot reported engine trouble and a possible fire.
FAA spokesman Lynn Lunsford says officials believe the plane, which records show is capable of carrying at least six people, was flying from Conroe to College Station.