Four men have been shocked at Bebre close to the Ejisu Municipality in the Ashanti Region.
The four men were working at a house in the territory when a metal framework they were utilizing came into contact with an electric arch.
The episode occurred at around 5 pm on Sunday.
Assortments of the four men who are yet to be recognized have been saved at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital mortuary.
Get together Member for the Anwomaso Electoral zone, Frank Frimpong affirmed the occurrences.
"I was told the four men were working when they were shocked simultaneously. At the point when I arrived it was valid."
"I at that point called fire officials, the ECG authorities and I additionally educated the Domeabra Police officer who sent his men to the scene."
"They had the option to put off the force and the local area individuals likewise helped and we passed on the bodies to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital mortuary. So the facts demonstrate that it occurred. We are yet to distinguish the people in question," Mr. Frimpong related.
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