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30 November 2013 :: 15:11:24 pm 80201

Electrical Engineer Electrocuted To Death

A young Electrical engineer was fixing an electricity transducer when he was electrocuted to death. His colleague was also severely injured as he tried to help.
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pdn3SATTAHIP – November 29, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 15:30,Pol. Capt. Nares Boontee, detective officer of Sattahip police station was informed that there was a high voltage electrocution causing a death and another victim to be in a coma. It happened in a electricity frequency transmission station, Lamtian port, Sattahip Naval Base, moo 2, is Sattahip Chonburi, so he went with rescuers from Sawang Rojana Thammasathan foundation.

At the crime scene they found the body of the deceased, his name was Mr.Chukiat RerkLaksanee, 52 years old, an electric engineer, Prasert Hotline Company. His address 340/465 Moo 3, Tambon Bang Pu Mai Muang, Samutprakarn, he was electrocuted by a high voltage of electricity; he had suffered burns to his faces and body. The other injured man was sent to Queen Sirikit hospital, Sattahip, Naval Base, his name was Mr.Niwat Thongmanee, 46 years old.

Eyewitnesses said that before the accident, the third electricity frequency transmitter had failed, so he called the company, the company sent Mr.Chukiat to fix it, while he was doing his job he was electrocuted causing him to fall to the ground Mr. Niwat, his Assistant Engineer, witnessed the event, so he rushed to help by trying to pull the victim away from the scene, but he did know that the body still had an electrical current flowing through it so when he tried to help he was also electrocuted severely injuring himself.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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