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#197353 - 11/22/10 04:30 PM At least 339 dead after stampede in Cambodia
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Witnesses said the stampede began after several people were electrocuted late Monday on a small bridge lined with lights connecting Phnom Penh to nearby Diamond Island. Most drowned or suffocated, or were trampled to death trying to flee.

State television said at least 240 of the dead were women, citing reports from two city hospitals.

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/22/20101122/tts-uk-cambodia-stampede-ca02f96.html

Thusly we see just how important it is to respect the hazards of electric current.
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#197376 - 11/24/10 01:09 AM Re: At least 339 dead after stampede in Cambodia [Re: Tesla]
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Originally Posted By: Tesla
Witnesses said the stampede began after several people were electrocuted late Monday on a small bridge lined with lights connecting Phnom Penh to nearby Diamond Island. Most drowned or suffocated, or were trampled to death trying to flee.

State television said at least 240 of the dead were women, citing reports from two city hospitals.

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/22/20101122/tts-uk-cambodia-stampede-ca02f96.html

Thusly we see just how important it is to respect the hazards of electric current.


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