Bartenders say Duluth man who froze to death not visibly intoxicated
The late Scott Miner was described Tuesday as a funny, friendly, likeable, even lovable young man who had a lot of problems -- including a serious alcohol problem.
That drinking problem contributed to Miner's death Jan. 25, 2009, and his family has brought a civil lawsuit against the Copasetic Lounge in Duluth for allegedly illegally serving alcohol to their loved one, who they contend was obviously intoxicated when served.
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