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What are the causes of electric shock or electrocution?

  • Accidental contact between metal and electricity. For example, this can occur from a ladder touching an exposed electrical current at a construction site.
  • Accidental contact with exposed electrical sources. This can occur due to contact with an appliance or wiring.
  • Electrical arc flashed from power lines
  • Faulty electrical wiring.
  • Lightning.
  • Products such as hair dryers, microwaves, and other electricity-powered items.
  • Unintentional or accidental contact with a power line. This can occur during a car accident or construction.
  • Unsafe commercial kitchen or industrial environment.
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