Two children succumbed to electric shock

Two children succumbed to electric shock

Raipur, March 5
Two children reportedly succumbed to electric shock in tribal-dominated Surguja district of Chhattisgarh, police said.
As per information received, the tragic incident took place in limits of Dhourpur police station. Two girls identified as Asha (two-and-half year) and Sunita (11 year) succumbed to electric shock after coming in contact with high-tension wire of 11 kv. During the course of investigation it came to light that the victim going to take bath in local pond accidently came in contact with a low lying high tension wire in the area. The victims were died on the spot.
After being informed about the incident, police rushed to the spot and started investigation, police said.

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