But for Molly's inadequate supervision, Rhonda would have not wandered off, Dilbert would not have chased her, and would not have been injured. As noted above, the chain of causation may be broken by intervening acts. The question is whether Dilbert broke the chain of causation by choosing to try to save Rhonda. Where the intervening party is the Claimant himself, the question is whether his actions were reasonable in the context. 11 The court is very unlikely to find that attempting to rescue a child in danger in this manner is unreasonable. It unlikely that Dilbert has broken the chain of causation.