Defendant society procured an exhibition of fireworks on premises which were under its control and habitually used by children as a playground. The day after the exhibition the plaintiff, playing there with other children, picked up a bomb left by the defendant, and was injured when the bomb exploded. Held, defendant had a duty to those playing on the premises to use reasonable care to have the ground clear of dangerous articles after the exhibition. Spenzierato v. Society, (N. J. 1934) 169 Atl. 831.
TORTS-DANGEROUS INSTRUMENTALITIES -ATTRACTIVE NUISANCE,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol32/iss7/18