The family of a 15-year-old US boy who died after a police officer stunned him with a Taser gun have settled their wrongful death case for $12m (£9.1m).
Damon Grimes was driving a quad bike when he died in Detroit in 2017. He was being pursued by police after he allegedly refused to pull over.
After being stunned, the teen slammed into the back of a parked truck.
His family took legal action against the Michigan State Police, which has now settled the case out of court.