578 P.2d 779 (1978)

282 Or. 343

Bonnie Bell TAYLOR, Appellant, v. Marion OLSEN, Respondent, and Clackamas County, Defendant.

Supreme Court of Oregon, Department 2.

Argued and Submitted November 8, 1977.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Chris P. Ledwidge, of Ledwidge & Ledwidge, Portland, argued the cause and filed briefs for appellant.

James C. Tait, Oregon City, argued the cause for respondent. With him on the brief were Hibbard, Caldwell, Canning, Bowerman & Schultz, Oregon City.

Before HOLMAN, P.J., and TONGUE and LINDE, JJ., and RICHARDSON, J. Pro Tem.

LINDE, Justice.

Plaintiff sued for damages for injuries she sustained when her car, on a dark and windy January evening, struck a tree which shortly before had splintered and fallen across a Clackamas County road. The trial court directed verdicts for defendants Clackamas County, the owner of the right-of-way on which the tree was located, and Marion Olsen, the adjoining landowner who was alleged to be in possession of the same location. Plaintiff appeals from the...

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