While walking on a highway, A was knocked down by a car driven by B, and was almost immediately run over by C's car. A was pronounced dead from several injuries, any one of which would have sufficed to cause his death. Plaintiff, A's administratrix, recovered judgment against both B and C for A's death. Held, reversing on other grounds, joinder of B and C was proper. Micelli v. Hirsch, (Ohio App. 1948) 83 N.E. (2d) 240.
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