Clifford’s Notes

Sylvia Lee Moore was exiting a Chicago Park District facility after her senior water aerobics class on Jan. 23, 2006. Three days earlier, 2 inches of snow fell and the district workers plowed the parking lot several times, including shoveling the sidewalks by pushing the snow to the curb. As Moore headed to her car in the lot, she found it was blocked by three other cars. She stepped in between two …

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