The plaintiff slipped and fell in a walkway of Promenade Mall near the food court. She alleged that she fell because her shoe became stuck on something sticky on the walkway. She suffered significant injuries, including fractures to her face, skull, and left kneecap. There were no photographs or other objective evidence showing any sticky substance on the ground. The defendants brought a summary judgment motion seeking dismissal of the action on the basis that the plaintiff failed to prove any breach of the Occupiers’ Liability Act. Justice Boswell dismissed the motion, holding that the defendants failed to prove there was no genuine issue requiring a trial. The plaintiff’s offering of her own direct observations of a sticky substance on the floor was admissible direct evidence that there was a sticky substance on the floor and that her foot stuck to it. Her ability to pinpoint a hazard raised a genuine issue for trial, as did the issue of whether the defendants had a reasonable system in place to detect and correct hazards.