While crossing the street in front of her home the daughter of the plaintiff's intestate was killed by the negligent driving of the defendant. The plaintiff's intestate was watching from the window at the time and saw the accident. The shock resulted in illness, which caused her death several weeks later. Plaintiff, as administrator under the Wisconsin Death Act, recovered a judgment for the injury to the mother. Held, that the judgment should be reversed since there was no duty to the mother. Waube v. Warrington, (Wis. 1935) 258 N. W. 497.

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