Eldoret man Electrocuted while Chatting with Lover next to electric pole .Residents of Annex estate in Eldoret town, Uasin Gishu county, are reeling in shock after one of them was electrocuted while chatting with his lover next to an electric pole.
The incident has left many shocked though they believe the Man could have avoided the tragedy from happening. The incidence is happening while various parts of the country experience black out
Leaning on electric poles can be extremely dangerous especially when the electric cables are naked. It's advisable to stay away from such Electric pole.The transformer comes crashing down, potentially damaging property or hurting someone in the process and need to be cautious
Power lines carry high voltage ranging from 4 to 25 kilovolts and touching a power line can causes severe injuries that can lead to death. Tree branches that come in contact with a power line can energize the tree and the ground around it, creating a very hazardous situation and need to be cautious
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