Tryon v. North Branford

In Tryon v. North Branford, 58 Conn. App. 702, 706, 755 A.2d 317 (2000), the plaintiff firefighter was waiting in a staging area to march in a firefighters parade when a dog that was in the parade bit her. Id., 704. In concluding that the plaintiff was an identifiable person, this court stated that she was "not a member of the general public attending a parade but a firefighter in uniform in the staging area one block away from the site of the parade when the dog bit her." Id., 710.