No. 5613.

545 S.W.2d 55 (1976)

Roy LYNCH, Appellant, v. EXXON PIPELINE COMPANY, Appellee.

Court of Civil Appeals of Texas, Waco.

December 23, 1976.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Frank M. Fitzpatrick, Moody & Crow, Waco, for appellant.

Kenneth P. Fountain, Houston, for appellee.

HALL, Justice.

John Pearson and the appellant, Roy Lynch, instituted separate suits against appellee, Exxon Pipeline Company, for damages resulting from a break in Exxon's underground 12-inch oil pipe line on land owned by Pearson and leased to appellant. Exxon answered with general denials, but in response to requests for admissions it conceded that both Pearson and appellant were damaged by the oil spill. The cases were tried together by the court without a jury...

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