The father of the 20-year-old Texas State student dragged by a bus at a fraternity party at a river has sued 14 entities for their role in her death, a lawsuit obtained by mySA.com shows.

The body of 20-year-old  Jordin Taylor, a respiratory care freshman at Texas State, was found Oct. 29, 2016, at least 12 hours after being dragged 500 feet by a bus with mechanical issues near Cool River Ranch, a music and tubing venue used the night before by four Texas State fraternities — Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Alpha Order, Pi Kappa Alpha and Alpha Tau Omega.

Guadalupe County Sheriff Arnold Zwicke said Taylor’s cause of death was “consistent with being struck and dragged by the bus” and “appears to be an accident.”

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Freddie Taylor, Jordin Taylor's father, filed a lawsuit March 21 in Hays County.

Click through the slideshow above for a quick look at the 14 people and businesses the lawsuit identifies as being liable for Jordin Taylor's death. 

Each fraternity named in the suit was suspended from operations at Texas State University in January, one for five years, according to memos obtained by mySA.com. The suspensions were issued Jan. 6 after a panel found the fraternities had violated alcohol-related policy on Oct. 28, 2016 for an “off-campus social event,” said university spokesman Matt Flores.

Flores avoided connecting the fraternity infractions directly to Taylor's death, but the party site and date mentioned in the documents matches the site and date where Taylor was found dead.

Jim Ewbank, who represents Kappa Alpha Order, Alpha Tau Omega and Delta Tau Delta, said in an email that the fraternities "had no knowledge of the event that occurred at Cool River Ranch, and had no involvement in the planning, supervision or details of the event."

He also said the fraternities were "well-educated" by Texas State and the national organizations on risk management issues involving parties.

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"(The fraternities) again express its deepest condolences to Mr. Taylor and the untimely death of his daughter," he said.

A message to Pi Kappa Alpha was not immediately returned.

The suit alleges Gabriela Wilson, a Skyline Party Bus driver, operated the vehicle that struck Taylor and dragged her. Wilson did not immediately return request for comment.

According to the suit, Wilson’s boss, Brandon Burleson, told her to leave the bus parked on the road the night of the party after she saw its brake light had turned on. Burleson planned to have a mechanic take a look the next day.

“Wilson never inspected under the bus after it became disabled to see Jordin trapped under the bus’s axle,” the suit states.

The party, which drew between 2,000 to 3,000 attendees according to the suit, was shut down after authorities arrived due to noise complaints.

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An employee who answered the phone at Skyline Party Bus Co. and Burleson SMTX Properties, LLC asked that mySA.com “stop calling,” and contact Dallas-based attorney Daniel Beuchler, who did not immediately respond for comment.

The suit alleges each of the defendants "collectively, created a dangerous condition" that caused Taylor's death.

"They knew, or should have known, that allowing the fraternities to have an event such as the one held at Cool River Ranch was dangerous," the suit reads. "Instead, they turned their heads and pretended not to see the inadequate security, poor lighting, underage drinking, over-intoxication of invitees, and the reckless driving of the buses entering and exiting the property the night of the event."

Cool River Ranch could not be reached for comment.

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