Defendant company owned, and was in possession of, a wall, from the top of which a loose piece of concrete fell and injured the plaintiff who was at work on land adjoining. In affirming a judgment for plaintiff, the court held that, while the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur did not apply, there was "evidence from which the jury could legitimately infer that the defendant was negligent in permitting loose pieces of concrete to remain on the wall." Pope v. Rending Co., (Pa. 1931) 156 Atl. 106.