321 S.W.2d 410 (1959)

KENTUCKY POWER COMPANY, Appellant v. Myrtle CARTER, Appellee.

Court of Appeals of Kentucky.

February 27, 1959.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

William I. Baird, Baird & Hays, Pikeville, for appellant.

E. D. Stephenson, Pikeville, for appellee.

SIMS, Judge.

Appellee, Mrs. Myrtle Carter, was severely injured by coming in contact with a wire charged with electricity which she averred was caused by the negligence of appellant, Kentucky Power Company (hereinafter referred to as the Company), and sued it for $10,202 damages. The first trial resulted in a hung jury and on a second trial she recovered judgment for $3,000.

The Company assigns five grounds for a reversal of the judgment, among which are that...

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