Remoteness of damage (as is Simmons v British Steel:
(1)	Not liable for consequences not reasonably foreseeable
(2)	Not necessarily liable for all damage that was reasonably foreseeable (i.e. novus actus interveniens)
(3)	May be liable for damage going beyond the foreseeable
(4)	Must take victim as he finds him
(5)	Liable for any personal injury that is reasonably foreseeable.
As per The Wagon Mound No. 1, the type or kind of damage must be foreseeable.