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Worker Electrocuted at Lake Conroe, Texas Resort

Death came to Margaritaville on Lake Conroe, Texas over the past weekend. One man lost his live, having been electrocuted. Another was sent to the hospital with what are described as nonlife threatening injuries as a result of what officials are calling an “industrial accident” involving a pair of workers at the popular Texas resort. Contract Workers Undertaking Underground Electrical Job The fatal electrocution accident occurred while the two men were involved in some type of work involving some sort…

Four People Killed in New Mexico Hot Air Balloon Crash

Four people are dead and a fifth is in critical, unstable condition following a New Mexico hot air balloon crash on Saturday. The hot air balloon had been airborne over Albuquerque when it somehow crashed into a Public Service of New Mexico high-voltage power line. The names of the victims have not been released to the public or the media pending further investigation and notification of next of kin. What is known is that the four deceased people and the…

Electrocution at Arizona Lake Kills One, Sends Others to Hospital

Electrocution at Arizona Lake Kills One, Sends Others to Hospital Lake Pleasant is a normally placid body of water, an Arizona lake, that lives up to its idyllic name. Sadly, on Sunday evening, July 12, 2020, a yet to be explained incident occurred at Lake Pleasant that resulted in one death and others being rushed to an area hospital. People were enjoying a lazy albeit hot afternoon and evening at Lake Pleasant when an unexplained electrical discharge occurred in the…

Racehorses Apparently Die From Electrocution

A pair of expensive racehorses collapsed and died last month under mysterious circumstances just before a race at in Britain, with speculation that electrocution was the cause.   The British Horseracing Authority is investigating the deaths of the horses, Fenix Two and Marching Song, but the deaths of the animals are consistent with electrocution. Marching Song was sired by Breeder’s Cup winner War Chant.   So far, the cause seems to be from underground cables, combined with the wet ground…

Midwest Silo Worker Suffers Electrical Shock, Survives

An employee in the Midwest had just filled a bulk storage silo with cattle feed and was repositioning the metal overhead delivery boom to its storage position on the truck when the boom contacted an overhead 7,200-volt power line. The driver, who operated the boom from controls mounted on the truck, suffered severe electrical shock. Electric current traveled through the vehicle to the driver’s hand, finally exiting through the driver’s feet. The driver reported his hand becoming ‘locked’ to the…

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