F: P operated a dock that was destroyed when the D’ boat dumped furnace oil that later caught fire. P prevailed at trial, and D appealed.
Unexpected ignition (similar as Polemis case)
I: Whether D could not reasonably foresee that oil spread thinly on the water would catch fire.
R: D is not liable for unforeseeable consequences of his neg. conduct, even though they were the direct result of D's conduct
Foreseeable that P will be injured; however, Unforeseeable oil ignite the fire. As a whole, unforeseeable
C: reversed (D is not liable)
Co: different type of foreseeable that we can talk about Foreseeable is not unified.
Extent of injury is unforeseeable, no proximate causation