Plaintiff accompanied a friend to defendant's garage to park the friend's automobile and later returned alone, without a claim check, to obtain a package she had left in the automobile. An attendant, who was about to park another automobile, invited her to ride to the second Hoor to secure the package herself. Plaintiff was injured when the attendant negligently drove the automobile against an elevator. Held, judgment for defendant affirmed. Plaintiff was a guest within the meaning of the Ohio guest statute and could not recover for injuries unless caused by willful or wanton misconduct. Kilgore v. U-Drive-It Co., 149 Ohio St. 505, 79 N.E. (2d) 908 (1948).
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