A young man probably between the ages of 25 and 35 years old has been recorded on camera being electrocuted by an electric pole and many social media users after coming across this video couldn't keep mute over it. If you watch the video carefully, you can see that a lot of people have gathered at a place watching this sad incident.
Eyewitnesses said that he is a professional electrician working on the fault on the electric pole but they cannot tell what happen. All they saw was the guy has been electrocuted and he was shaking on the pole. His other colleague quickly climbed the pole and spend a few minutes before getting him off the electric pole.
However, the guy was unconscious as his friend was getting him off the pole. The people said that they can not tell whether he is still alive or dead but he was immediately taken to the hospital for a checkup. Some social media users after coming across this video said that this is very sad. A man went into town to look for daily bread but look at what has happened to him.
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