Appeal from order of Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County, May T., 1969, No. 48, in case of Theresa Familiari v. The City of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
James P. Coho, for appellant.
S. R. Zimmerman, III, with him Geisenberger, Zimmerman, Pfannebecker & Gibbel, for appellee.
Bell, C. J., Jones, Cohen, Eagen, O'Brien, Roberts and Pomeroy, JJ. Mr. Justice Cohen took no part in the decision of this case. Dissenting Opinion by Mr. Justice Roberts. Mr. Chief Justice Bell joins in this dissenting opinion.
Order affirmed. See Ily v. North Versailles Township, 416 Pa. 103, 204 A.2d 253 (1964).
Dissenting Opinion by Mr. Justice Roberts:
I dissent, believing appellant was entitled to have a jury pass on whether the City of Lancaster was negligent in permitting the ice and snow to accumulate for at least a two week period on the street normally used by appellant in making her way home.
Briefly, the facts as found by the trial court disclose the following. Appellant was a sixty-five year old woman. She alighted from a bus at 9:00 p.m. in
the evening, and attempted to make her way home along Frederick Street, which has no sidewalks. As she neared the intersection of Frederick Street and President Avenue, she slipped on pieces of ice and broke her leg. The way where appellant was walking was usually illuminated by a street light, but the light was not ...