- Brain damage: If the brain or nervous system is electrocuted, injuries can include confusion, memory loss, and seizures.
- Burns: Severe burns in the areas where the electric current entered and exited the body.
- Cardiac injuries: If the electricity passes through the victim’s heart, it can cause irregularities or stop the house completely.
- Fall injuries: The victim can lose consciousness and suffer a fall, especially if the incident occurs on a job site.
- Fractures: When the muscles contract forcefully from the electric current, bones can fracture
- Internal injuries: The current can damage any one or more of the internal organs.
- Muscles injuries: The contraction from the electric current can cause tearing of the muscles.
- Respiratory arrest: If the current hits the brain or chest muscles, the lungs can be affected, and breathing could be difficult or stop completely.
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