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Kimminau v. City of Hastings
Citation:291 Neb. 133 (Neb. 2015)
One day, the defendant Todd was transporting corn mash when some of the mash spilled onto a public highway. One day, a truck was transporting corn mash on a highway when some of the mash spilled onto the road. Police temporarily closed down the roadway and the local fire department removed the spilled corn mash onto an unpaved shoulder and into the ditch. The defendants Todd and R Lazy K took no part in the cleanup. The road was later reopened. The next day, the plaintiffs were driving their vehicle and crashed in the area where the corn mash had been.
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