An 11-year-old boy was playing with a toy airplane. The plane was attached to a string and was spun around one’s head. When the boy attempted to stop the plane, the nose of the plane struck him in the eye and he was blinded. It is alleged that the hard plastic nose of the plane was dangerous in design and that an accident of this nature was foreseeable.
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