4.Amanda is driving toward a busy intersection. As she approaches the intersection, she looks down and reaches to adjust the radio in her car. She runs a red light and hits another car, which then crashes into a utility pole, knocking it down and causing a power loss in a 3-mile radius. It takes the utility company 48 hours to restore electricity to the area because of a strike by the utility union. Kimberly sues Amanda because all the food in her refrigerator andfreezer spoiled due to the power outage. What will the result be?Amanda will be liable to Kimberly because she should have foreseen that taking her eyes off the road could cause Kimberly's food to spoil.Amanda will not be liable to Kimberly because she could not have actually foreseen that it was dangerous to take one's eyes off the road when approaching an intersection.Amanda will not be liable to Kimberly because her conduct was not the proximate cause of Kimberly's damages.Amanda will be liable to Kimberly because a person is liable for all consequences of his or her negligence.