In Plank v. N.Y.C. H.R.R.R. Co. (60 N.Y. 607) the plaintiff's evidence tended to show that "as deceased was engaged in the act of coupling, he stepped into a sluice-way or trench, about two feet wide and deep, which run under the tracks.Summary of this case from Millen v. N.Y. Central H.R.R.R. Co.
Argued January 29, 1875
Decided February 9, 1875
D. Pratt for the appellant.
B.F. Chapman for the respondent.
Per Curiam opinion for affirmance of order and for judgment absolute against defendant on stipulation.
All concur; except FOLGER and ALLEN, JJ., not voting.
Order affirmed and judgment accordingly.