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Can the defendants be held liable for the damages caused to the public even though they had taken all precautions and had no fault involved in the accident?


Where an enterprise is engaged in a hazardous or inherently dangerous activity and harm results to anyone on account of an accident in the operation of such hazardous or inherently dangerous activity resulting, for example, in escape of toxic gas the enterprise is strictly and absolutely liable to compensate all those who are affected by the accident and such liability is not subject to any of the exceptions which operate with regard to the principle of strict liability

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