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The defendant, the city of Green Bay, without charge maintained and operated a toboggan slide outside the city limits. While using the slide, plaintiff was injured due to the alleged negligence of the city in failing to remove a snowdrift at the bottom of the slide. It was admitted that plaintiff would have stated a good case of actionable negligence had the slide been operated by a private person. Defendant's demurrer was overruled by the trial court. Held, reversed with direction to enter an order sustaining the demurrer. Gegelski v. City of Green Bay, (Wis. 1939) 285 N. W. 343.
S. R. Stroud,
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS - LIABILITY FOR NEGLIGENCE OUTSIDE THE CITY LIMITS,
Mich. L. Rev.
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