A civil lawsuit has been settled out of court, following the death of a Napanee teen.
Fifteen-year-old Garrett Mills was killed in May 2017, after a soccer net at municipal park toppled on top of him.
Parents David and Gwen Mills, along with their children, filed a lawsuit against the municipality and the soccer club for not anchoring the nets into the ground.
Quinte News has learned that the two sides have come to an agreement, which means the two sides will not be headed to trial.
No details of the settlement have been released.
Meantime, the Ontario Government has passed the second reading of a bill which would make it illegal to have a soccer net with a club, or municipality, to remain un-anchored.
It has passed second reading and is currently in committee, before heading to 3third reading.