Family members of a woman killed in the San Bernardino terror attack are seeking $204 million in damages in three claims against the county.
The father, stepmother and sister of 27-year-old Sierra Clayborn filed claims of negligence and wrongful death against San Bernardino County on Thursday.
They also say the county fostered a hostile work environment and failed to provide a safe workplace.
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County spokesman David Wert said in a statement Friday that "the county will carefully consider each claim and act in the best interests of everyone involved.''
Clayborn was among 14 people killed in the Dec. 2 massacre.
The husband-and-wife killers, Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, died in a shootout with police the same day.
The Clayborns are the second family to file claims stemming from the shooting.