Guy gets electrocuted and falls off high voltage tower
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- Male climber atop Santa Rosa PG&E tower shocked, falls 80 feet
- Mystery surrounds a man who survived electrocution, fire, and an 80-foot fall in Santa Rosa
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- Shock horror: Man falls 100ft after being horribly electrocuted
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Male climber atop Santa Rosa PG&E tower shocked, falls 80 feet
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The burning man landed on the ground and flames spread to the dried grass. Hanson and others pulled him away while others who had grabbed fire extinguishers from the theater put out the flames. The victim suffered burns to about 75 percent of his body, massive trauma from the fall and likely serious injuries from the electrical shock, said Santa Rosa Fire Battalion Chief Mark Basque.
He carried no identification and initially was believed to be a teen. Officials later Wednesday said he was Latino in his mid-to-late 20s. Jeneane Kucker at In June a man who climbed the tower was talked down by police officers, Basque said.
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Mystery surrounds a man who survived electrocution, fire, and an 80-foot fall in Santa Rosa
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A man suffered life-threatening injuries after being electrocuted and falling from an electrical tower just south of Nanaimo this morning. Saturday, Nov. Police on scene said a year-old climbed the tower, suffered a shock and fell off. He was not an electrical worker and he climbed up for unknown reasons. Nanaimo university says it will combine online and face-to-face learning.
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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. Robert, 32, was pronounced dead at the scene. His year-old nephew, Jordan, was flown from the northern Illinois town of Sterling to Rockford, where doctors amputated his arms and he remained in a coma for several weeks.
Shock horror: Man falls 100ft after being horribly electrocuted
Electrical Accidents 9. Electrical Contractor Shocked an electrical contractor suffered a shock and reportedly caught fire -vworker apparently touched a high-voltage line, but there's no information about just how powerful the shock was - investigators are on the scene. Gilmer schools close after worker dies the sole maintenance man, 47, for the County Schools died while working on a broken heating and air conditioning unit - he was likely was electrocuted sometime in the afternoon. City water worker electrocuted in bucket a man installing new city water wells was electrocuted by a power line - the victim died at the scene, and his name has not been released - the man was in a bucket lift when he apparently touched high-voltage electrical lines.
How do we stop people from killing themselves? In particular, how do we stop teenage boys from climbing high voltage transmission towers like this one? Every year, hundreds are injured and dozens are killed trying to climb them. Most of them are teenage boys.
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An electrical lineman died 5 days after attempting to jump from a burning aerial bucket and falling 35 feet to the ground. The lineman was adjusting the slack in the middle phase of a three-phase, 14,volt powerline. The hydraulic hose attached to the impact wrench he was using burst. Hydraulic fluid spraying from the hose ignited, covering part of the aerial bucket in flames.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Animals Being stupid and Dying
A terrifying video shows a man dropping like a stone from an electricity pylon after being electrocuted TWICE - and surviving. The horrific footage, taken on a mobile phone, shows the man perched on the second branch of the huge pylon. But, seconds into the clip, two dull electric 'thuds' are heard and huge flashes emanate from the pylon. As it does, the man can be seen dropping about ft from the structure as people watching scream in terror. Seconds after the pylon footage ends, a badly burned man is filmed stumbling around, apparently still in shock. Strips of clothing, or possibly skin, hang from him as he wanders around as onlookers seem to insist he rests.
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