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125.04 Natural Accumulation Defined In these instructions, I have used the expression "natural accumulation of [ice] [snow] [____]." The [snow] [ice] [____] involved in this case was a natural accumulation if it resulted from [fill in appropriate language determined by the court to define the disputed issue in the case, e.g., moisture which is tracked into a building; the normal effects of pedestrian or vehicular traffic on snowfall; normal freezing and thawing; the effects of normal snow removal, etc.]. On the other hand, the [snow] [ice] [____] involved in his case was an unnatural accumulation if it resulted from [fill in appropriate language by the court to define the disputed issue in the case, e.g., impaired or altered drainage of the premises; negligent maintenance of the underlying sidewalk/parking lot by the property owner; negligence of the property owner in leaving spilled liquid in a high traffic area, etc.]. Whether the [snow] [ice] [____] which the plaintiff claims proximately caused injury was a natural accumulation or was an unnatural accumulation is for you to decide.