The Broward County School District will pay the Parkland shooting victims $26 million
It will be shared with families of the victims along with others who were injured.
A South Florida school district will pay more than $26 million to the families of 17 people killed in the 2018 shooting massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Money also will go to some survivors of the shooting.
The Broward County school board approved the settlements on Tuesday. The $25 million will be shared by 51 plaintiffs, including families of the dead and others who were injured.
Another $1.25 million will be paid in one lump sum to Anthony Borges, who suffered some of the most severe injuries.