In Brusso v. City of Buffalo (90 N.Y. 679) the plaintiff, while attempting to cross the street in the night time, fell into an unguarded excavation and received injuries for which the jury awarded him damages.Summary of this case from Deming v. Terminal Railway of Buffalo
Submitted November 27, 1882
Decided December 12, 1882
P.A. Matteson and E.C. Hawks for appellants.
Sherman S. Rogers for respondent.
EARL, J., reads for affirmance, with costs.
All concur, except TRACY, J., absent.