Young Man and Grandpa Died of Electrocution After Rescuing Woman Electrocuted by Extension Wire
A young man and grandpa both died of electrocution after rescuing their female relative who was electrocuted by an extension wire.
Throughout the years, numerous individuals have died of electrocution in different circumstances. Some people got electrocuted while doing construction jobs while some of them were due to accident.
Recently, barangay kagawad Raymund Tabuso of Candon City, Ilocos Sur got shocked after seeing his three family member lying at the lawn of their home in Barangay Amguid. His wife Marlene, son John Raymart and relative Lolo Rolando suffered electrocution.
Tabuso narrated that his wife Marlene is hanging their laundry during that time when she got electrocuted. The woman suddenly collapsed and fall into the ground due to the incident.
Raymund’s son immediately helped Marlene but he got electrocuted too until another relative Lolo Rolando tried to help them. Unfortunately, the elderly man also suffered electrocution. Eventually, the three have been rescued.
“Nakita ko yung malaking sugat sa leeg ng asawa ko, duguan ang bunganga niya. Magkatabi sila ng anak ko,” Rolando.
However, out of the three electrocution victims, only Marlene survived while John Raymart and Lolo Rolando passed away. The lady victim is currently recuperating at the hospital.
Candon City Police chief Police Leiutenant Coronel Randy Arellano is suspecting that the damaged extension wire installed at the “Kubo” is the root cause of the incident. The open wire might have touched the “Sampayan”.
“Allegedly may gasgas yung extension wire na naka-connect sa sampayan. At siguro ‘yon yung sanhi ng pagkakakuryente nitong pamilya,” Arellano said.
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