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Chicago B. & Q. R. Co. v. Krayenbuhl
Citation:65 Neb. 889, 91 N.W. 880 (1902)
The plaintiff as well as other children were in the habit of removing the lock from various pieces of railroad equipment and use the equipment as a playground. The defendant and its agents were not in the habit of securing the equipment so that it could not be accessed, even though they were aware that it often was used by local children in a way that could be dangerous for them
Plaintiff sustained injuries while playing with the equipment located at defendant’s coalhouse, and brought this action to recover for his injuries.
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