No. 459.

114 S.E.2d 241 (1960)

252 N.C. 488

Ada Reaves BRYANT, Executrix of the Estate of Alfred A. Bryant, Deceased, v. Edward Earl WOODLIEF and Roy Pearson Ray.

Supreme Court of North Carolina.

May 18, 1960.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Manning & Fulton, Raleigh, for plaintiff.

Armistead J. Maupin, Raleigh, for defendant Ray.

Smith, Leach, Anderson & Dorsett, Raleigh, for defendant Woodlief.

DENNY, Justice.

Each defendant assigns as error the refusal of the court below to sustain his motion for judgment as of nonsuit.

The appellant Woodlief insists that if he was negligent his negligence was insulated by the negligence of the defendant Ray in turning his car in front of him, and he cites in support of his position Hudson v. Petroleum Transit Co., 250 N.C. 435, 108 S.E.2d 900;...


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