542 So.2d 959.
Johnson, pp. 795-801
Facts: A skating rink and a car dealer were located next to each other in what used to be a swamp. Before the skating rink was there, there was a miniature golf course, and there was no problem with water flow. But now the skating rink has a sloped roof that increased the flow towards the car dealer. The roof is a steeper pitch than the natural grade of the land. Cars got damaged! So the car lot built a big ol’ wall to keep all the wall on the skating rink’s property. The next time there was a flood, all the water stayed on the skating rink’s side and the rink was damaged.