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Allowing elephant to escape was proximate cause of injuries from enraged elephant
- 115 Damages
- 115IX Evidence
- 115k183 Weight and Sufficiency
- 115k185 Personal Injuries and Physical Suffering
- 115k185(1) In general
Evidence, including evidence that enraged elephant came on plaintiff’s land, charged past her, and destroyed property belonging to her, supported finding that defendant’s negligence in not restraining elephant was proximate cause of miscarriage suffered by plaintiff who experienced fright and emotional shock during encounter with elephant.
H. E. Butt Grocery Co. v. Perez, 408 S.W.2d 576 (Tex.Civ.App.-San Antonio, 1966)
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