438 F2d 538 Petty v. Penn Central Company
438 F.2d 538
Arlander PETTY, Plaintiff,
PENN CENTRAL COMPANY, Defendant-Appellee, and Clark
Equipment Company, Defendant-Appellant.
No. 493, Docket 35349.
United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.
Argued Feb. 8, 1971.
Decided Feb. 10, 1971.
Jerome H. Shapiro, Henry W. Herbert, Thomas J. Smith, New York City, for defendant-appellee.
John Nielsen, Tidal B. Henry, Jr., Fogarty & Nielsen, New York City, for defendant-appellant.
Before WATERMAN and FRIENDLY, Circuit Judges, and McLEAN, District judge.1
One Arlander Petty, an employee of the New York Central Railroad, was found to be entitled under the Federal Employers Liability Act to damages against the Railroad for injuries suffered by him in the course of his employment. Petty was a fork left operator and was injured when the boom of the machine collapsed upon him. It was owned by Clark Equipment Company which leased it to the Railroad.
The Railroad had timely filed a cross-claim for indemnity against Clark. This cross-claim was heard by Judge Croake below, who granted it in its entirety and filed a written unreported memorandum opinion.
We affirm the judgment below upon the opinion of Judge Croake.
Sitting by designation