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#147054 - 12/04/01 06:11 PM Electrical Accident Photos

Registered: 09/04/01
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Loc: Cincinnati, OH, USA
"A picture is worth a thousand words"; if you have ever stood up in front of a tough crowd during a training session, you know how much an impact a graphic photo can have on your audience. With that in mind, I have posted 20+ photos of electrical accidents and injuries at These photos are REAL and VERY GRAPHIC in nature. They show everything from flash burns to exit wounds from high voltage electrocution. These photos are provided for educational purposes and are in NO WAY meant to be a freak show or disrespectful. You can visit's Incident Alert Archive and visit the Electrical Accident Page for the links to these photos.


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#147055 - 12/05/01 06:07 AM Re: Electrical Accident Photos
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The link does not seem to work.

#147056 - 12/05/01 07:36 AM Re: Electrical Accident Photos
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The problem has been corrected. There was a period at the end somehow.


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