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A year-old man who survived a crash into a utility pole died after he was electrocuted when stepping out of his vehicle and onto the downed power line. Both Garnica and his girlfriend, Destiny Wallace were injured in the crash but both survived the single-car crash. However, when Garnica stepped out of the vehicle to inspect the damage he stepped directly onto the downed power line he had just knocked over and was electrocuted. Police are now investigating the cause of the crash and warning others that no matter how panicked you are after a collision with a utility pole, it is always safest to stay inside your car. If they are, we can contact the light company. Your safest place is inside the vehicle.

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Man electrocuted, girl seriously injured by power lines in Ngatira, South Waikato

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A chilling video of a man being electrocuted after touching an overhead wire of a railway track in West Bengal's Malda town is being shared online with claims that it occurred in Mumbai.

The video shows a man atop an express train, that had halted on the station, trying to touch the high voltage overhead wires in an attempt to commit suicide. In the first few seconds, the victim joins his hands and touches the wires. Within seconds the man's entire body catches fire. The footage is doing the rounds as an incident that happened in Western Railway's Malad station.

Man commits suicide by touching high tension electric wire over a train at halt on Malad station. An archived version the original facebook post can be seen here. The same video was earlier viral on Twitter, however it was deleted after netizens pointed out that the clip is from Malda, West Bengal.

We ran a relevant keyword search and found that the video is originally of a suicide that occurred at Malda Railway Station on November The Millennium Post reported that the incident happened on November 17, when the victim climbed atop the New Delhi Farakka Express which was stationed at the Malda Town Railway platform.

An altercation broke out between Bhuniya and his wife over some family issue. During the altercation, Bhuniya suddenly climbed up the roof of New Delhi-Farakka Express which was waiting at the railway station. Other passengers and his wife started screaming and requested Bhuniya to come down. But before any help arrived, Bhuniya reportedly touched the high voltage overhead electric wire and fire broke out immediately. A local news bulletin can be viewed here. BOOM has chosen not to include the video as it is disturbing.

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SAPD: Landscaper electrocuted, 2 injured after cutting power line while trimming trees

FHP says on Friday morning, a dump truck finished delivering a load of dirt to the home of year-old Larry Brock. After the bed of the dump truck was raised to deliver the dirt, the driver of the vehicle pulled forward to ensure all of the dirt had been off-loaded. Troopers say, as a result of pulling forward with the bed up, the bed became entangled with a power line that ran overhead.

A chilling video of a man being electrocuted after touching an overhead wire of a railway track in West Bengal's Malda town is being shared online with claims that it occurred in Mumbai. The video shows a man atop an express train, that had halted on the station, trying to touch the high voltage overhead wires in an attempt to commit suicide. In the first few seconds, the victim joins his hands and touches the wires.

In the final moments of his life, Robert Zulauf administered CPR to his nephew and ordered bystanders to move away from the deadly power line that arced and bowed just a few feet from a Circle K parking lot. Flames danced around Jordan Zulauf as thick black smoke billowed and his uncle worked to save him. Above the men, a Commonwealth Edison line crackled and hummed so loudly it could be heard over both an approaching police siren and the screams of horrified onlookers. Robert took a few steps toward his white utility truck, which he had parked along the road so he and Jordan could work on the telecommunication lines several feet below the ComEd wires. The bucket was extended about 6 feet off the ground and, according to one witness, a wire was touching its long metal arm.

ETX man electrocuted after attempting to cut power line

Tension gripped residents of Hongasandra in Bommanahalli near Electronics City after a drunk man climbed a building, caught a live electrical wire to end his life on Friday evening. He died of. He died of electrocution and locals started recording the incident for a few minutes instead of preventing it. The deceased has been identified as Raju T, a native of Tamil Nadu. He was residing at Balaji Layout along with his wife and two children. A senior police officer said that the incident took place around 2. He came down near the electrical wire and held it.

Mississippi man electrocuted by downed power line, sheriff says

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Brazil Worker Gets Electrocuted While Working On Power Lines, Man Suffers High Voltage Shock

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Jan 30, - The Deseret News reports emergency crews had to wait for Rocky Mountain Power to cut electricity to the lines before they could get the man off.

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