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See also Ultrahazardous activities/abnormally dangerous and Strict liability and all of its subcategories. One who maintains an abnormally dangerous condition or activity on his premises or engages in an activity that involves a high risk of harm to the person or property of others may be liable for the harm it causes, even if reasonable care to prevent such harm was exercised. An activity that carries with it a significant risk of serious harm even if reasonable care is used. Abnormally dangerous activities are determined by (Restatement (Second) of Torts § 520 (1977)): 1) Activity involves high degree of risk of harm; 2) Gravity of risk; 3) Whether the risk can be eliminated by reasonable care; 4) Activity is common usage; 5) Activity is appropriate for the place where it is carried out; and 6) Value to community. 

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