Overhead wires and similar obstructions1 placed without authority2 over private land, even though not attached to such land, may constitute a private nuisance3. Apart from any special circumstances of danger, the existence of wires across public streets at a proper height so as not to obstruct the user of the streets does not constitute a public nuisance
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