The owners of the Concordia Boatyard in Napa have agreed to pay $2.7 million in a civil settlement to the families of three workers killed in a blaze at the facility.
The Napa Fire Department said the deaths occurred in June 2017, two months after a fire that destroyed the boatyard’s boat yard in Oxndale.
The victims were identified as Ryan B. and Ashley M.C., and their families had filed a civil lawsuit against the company that owns the property.
The settlement agreement was announced by Napa City Attorney Daniel A. Leibowitz on Friday.
It also includes a $1 million payment to the family of the first victim.
The city of Napa is paying $2,7 million to the relatives of three people who died in a fire at the Concordias boatyard on June 1, 2017, in Oxley, Calif.
A third person, identified as James C., died of smoke inhalation at the scene of the blaze.
The two remaining victims, a woman and her husband, were identified in the lawsuit.
The Concordia was destroyed by the blaze, and the family had sought $10 million in damages.
The fire was the first at the boat yard since its completion in 1999.
The property was slated to be torn down in the next few years, but a deal was reached to preserve it.