Parents suing Myrtle Beach bar for serving underage son who drowned while drunk

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The parents of 20-year-old Daniel Doran, of Myrtle Beach, are suing Remedies Bar for serving their underaged son alcohol and, they say, causing his death. (Photo: WPDE)

The parents of 20-year-old Daniel Doran, of Myrtle Beach, are suing Remedies Bar for serving their underaged son alcohol and, they say, causing his death.

Doran was found dead on March 14 along Highway 17 Bypass South near Palmetto Pointe Boulevard and Frontage Road. According to the suit, he drowned after falling into a ditch while intoxicated after leaving Remedies.

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His parents, Robin and Michael Doran, are suing the bar, saying their son’s ID was not checked at any point while he was at the bar and the bar has a duty to make sure underaged people are not served.

The suit says the 20-year-old was “allowed to leave Remedies Bar Grill Nitelife while under the influence and did wander from the parking lot and walked in a southerly direction down U.S. Highway 17 By-Pass when he fell into a roadside ditch while under the influence and did die in that roadside ditch from asphyxiation due to drowning.”

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