In a heavy rainstorm, plaintiff slipped and fell in a swiftly moving water current running down a sloped driveway that she tried to cross to access one entrance to her apartment building.  The danger of slipping in the water was open and obvious, so the landlord owed plaintiff no duty of care to warn her of the danger.  Also, there were two other entrances to the apartment building so the case did not fall within the exception to the no duty rule for situations in which the plaintiff is forced to encounter the open and obvious danger.