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    In which of the following case, Lord Wilberforce opined that “It is necessary to consider three elements inherent in any claim for nervous shock: the class of persons whose claim should be recognized, the proximity of such persons to the incident and the means adopted by which shock is caused”?

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    1. Page v. Smith

    2. Bourhill v. Young

    3. Hinz v. Berry

    4. Loughlin v. O'Brian

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