Adolescents and adults are prone to high voltage shock caused by mischievous exploration and exposure at work. About 1, people in the United States die each year as a result of electrocution.
My teenage son was electrocuted at home accidentally almost 20 years ago. My counselor is not happy with my saying he was killed. I know the difference because about three decades ago, another toddler son died from a cerebral aneurysm, so in my eyes one died and one was killed and to me there are three ways of dying: (1) from old age where the.
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· Those who have not experienced a significant injury or cardiac abnormalities after 24–48 hours after electrocution are unlikely to develop them. More severe side effects can include: coma; heart Author: Ruth Eagle.
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