Comment 107765

By KevinLove (registered) | Posted January 10, 2015 at 13:40:25

Anyone who toboggans down a slope without first checking it for hazards is reckless and negligent.

Just like every car driver that blasts into an intersection without checking it for pedestrians is reckless and negligent.

See the pattern... No responsibility for people who do reckless and negligent behaviour.

The ditch that Mr. Uggenti hit was most certainly not a "hidden danger." It is an open and obvious feature that is readily apparent to anyone who has the basic common sense possessed by every reasonable person to check out a slope before tobogganing down it.

In short, Mr. Uggenti is 100% responsible for the consequences of his reckless and negligent behaviour.

It is my sincere prayer that the City appeals this ruling. And that if this judge has a history of similar bizarre behaviour then he needs to be replaced.

Perhaps the City should create "official" tobogganing hills in parks that are landscaped and groomed to provide a good run.

Childhood obesity is a terrible issue that leads far too many children to a lifetime of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, strokes... Far bigger killers than anything that ever happens on a tobogganing hill!

Comment edited by KevinLove on 2015-01-10 13:54:42

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