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Tuesday 19 March 2019

Oh No! Young Girl Suffers Massive Shock, Dies Inside Bathroom After Doing This While Bathing

Yulia Vysotskaya, pictured, drowned in the bath after she was given a massive electric shock by her phone when she dropped it in the water
Family and friends have been left completely devastated after a young girl suffered a massive shock and died inside her bathroom. A Russian schoolgirl drowned in the bath after she was given a massive electric shock by her phone when she dropped it in the water.
Yulia Vysotskaya, 14, was charging her mobile when it slipped out of her hands at her home in Cheboksary. 
Her devastated parents 'called an ambulance but paramedics were only able to register the schoolgirl's death and take her body to the morgue,' said one report citing medical sources.
This is the third such case reported in little over a year in the country despite public warnings from experts about the deadly risks of using smartphones in the bath, with one cautioning that the risks are like 'Russian roulette'.
In December last year, Russian martial arts champion Irina Rybnikova, 15, died instantly after using her iPhone plugged into a charger while in the bath at her home in Bratsk, Siberia.
The teenager was a champion fighter in pankration - a form of 'no rules' boxing and wrestling originating in ancient Greece.
Earlier that year, a 12-year-old girl named Kseniya P was electrocuted while listening to music from her charging phone while in the bath in Bolshoe Gryzlovo village in the Serpukhovsky district of Moscow region.
Her mother was cooking an evening meal and become worried about Kseniya's silence.
She went into the bathroom and found the girl 'already dead with her head under the water'. The phone was floating in the bath.
Electronics engineer Andrey Stanovsky has warned that 'relaxing in a bathroom with your mobile phone plugged is like playing Russian roulette'.
After Irina's death, Yury Agrafonov, the head of radio-electronic department of Irkutsk State University, said: 'Water is a good conductor ... This is why there was a short circuit when the phone fell into the water.

'If the phone had not been plugged in to 220 volts, the tragedy would not have happened.'
Source: Daily Mail UK

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