Snyder v. Meyers, et al., 940 N.E.2d 615 (Ohio Ct. App. 2010)

(plaintiff fell through hay drop in barn to concrete floor below injuring his back and neck in fall; trial court judgment affirmed that defendant, possessors of land and barn in question, had no reasonable duty to inspect premises by sliding roll of carpet over hay drop to see if hay drop cover would be dislodged - which is how the cover became dislodged and plaintiff subsequently fell through). 

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