Appellants, K.G. a minor, bringing suit by and through his parents, Frank and Carolyn Grajeda, and the Grajedas individually, appeal from a summary final judgment in favor of Winter Springs Community Evangelical Church which denies them any recovery for personal injuries suffered by the child on the church's premises. They contend that protruding, uneven bricks placed around the base of a tree on the church property constituted a dangerous and hazardous condition, which gave rise to the church's duty to warn about the bricks or to provide better lighting for the premises. We affirm.
The record established that the child attended a youth group at the church, which ended earlier than the usual time of 7:30 p.m. The incident occurred in November of
We affirm because we do not think that a tree with a surrounding brick border constitutes a dangerous condition or concealed peril. There was therefore no duty on the part of the church to warn or take other precautionary measures, such as installing better lighting.
UPCHURCH, C.J., and COWART, J., concur.