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Haynes v Harwood [1935] 1 KB 146

The Defendant left a horse-drawn van unattended in a crowded street. The horses
bolted when a boy threw a stone at them. A police officer tried to stop the horses to save a woman and children who were in the path of the bolting horses. The police officer was injured. It was held that the Defendant owed a duty of care as he had created a source of danger by leaving his horses unattended in a busy street.
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