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Kusy v Norwich

Plaintiff was injured when he slipped and fell on ice on the delivery ramp of the defendant school. Court held that summary judgment was proper because snow and ice removal are discretionary in absence of a directive prescribing the time and manner in which it is to be done, thus, the plaintiffs claim is barred General Statutes § 52-557n (a) (2) (B). Second, that the identifiable victim doctrine does not apply to one on municipal property because his or her employer is required by contract to perform a service in that location.