Under Gov. Code 831.8(b), the state, an irrigation district, and their employees are not liable for injuries suffered in irrigation ditches, canals, or drains used for water distribution “if at the time of the injury the person injured was using the property for any purpose other than that for which the district or state intended it to be used.”  This decision holds that “use” includes involuntary “use.”  Hence, defendant irrigation district was immune from liability for the drowning of plaintiff’s decedent when her car left the road and ended up upside down in defendant’s irrigation drain.  The involuntary “use” of the drain for a vehicle was not an intended use for the district’s drain.