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Two power supply men electrocuted

26 September 2014 bdnews24.com

Two employees of Dhaka Electric Supply Company (DESCO) have been electrocuted in Dhaka on Thursday.
DESCO's engineer Md Mizan said that this happened around 12pm at the Uttara's Gausal Azam Avenue when a team of mechanics were repairing cables.
The victims were identified as Assistant Linemen Abu Bakar, 30 and Al Mamun Suman, 28.
The incident left two other DESCO line mechanics injured. One of them has been admitted at the Dhaka Medical College and Hospital (DMCH) and the other was let off with first aid.
Two power supply men According to Mizan, the electrocution was because the power supply was suddenly turned on by mistake during repairs.
DMCH police outpost's inspector Mozammel Haqu said that the doctors declared the two dead as soon as they were brought in. The other admitted at the DMCH has suffered burn injuries, he said.

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