Guy running for train; train workers helped push the guy onto the train; a package he is carrying falls under train; fireworks exploded and cause shingles to fall on woman in another part of the station. Woman sues Railroad for negligence.
Is there a generalized duty of care (whether or not the company could have reasonably foreseen the plaintiff being injured)?
There is no general duty of care owe by one person to another.
Judge finds no proximity between act and consequence. Policy considerations about how much we think one person should be responsible for what happens to another.
Dissent argued that everybody owes each other a duty of care.