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Man Catches Fire After Ladder Gets Entangled In The Power Line

This is what happens when you don’t wear proper safety gear.

Dealing with electricity is a seriously dangerous thing, which is why linemen are always required to put on safety gear and have the proper equipment when out in the field. Unfortunately for one man, he didn’t realize the importance of these tools and ended up losing his life in a tragic and horrific way.

A video of the shocking incident involving electricians has been making the rounds online. A group of men can be seen moving a metal ladder when one of them suddenly caught fire.

These men are believed to be working on the powerline.

One man is said to be walking barefoot while handling the metal ladder.

The victim was zapped after it was believed that the ladder got entangled in the power lines. According to a report, the man was instantly killed but can still be seen holding on to the metal ladder.

The fire started from his feet and slowly, the poor victim’s body started to burn up. One of the men in the scene tried to rescue him but it was much too dangerous and there’s nothing that he could have done at that moment.

A man tried to push him out of the way with hopes of saving him.

A man tried to push him out of the way with hopes of saving him.

But his effort was futile; the video shows the body burning up in minutes.

This should be a reminder to always wear the proper gear when dealing with electricity. Fixing any issues with electricity all by yourself without proper tools is too risky. Even a lineman’s job is risky – in fact, theirs is one of America’s most dangerous jobs. There are 21.5 deaths in 100,000 workers of power lines, according to CNN.

As for the video, no one knows where this happened or when this was taken. Watch it below.

WARNING: The video contains distressing images.

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6 Types Of Dog Owners You Come Across With In The Park

Which one are you?


Raising dogs is not that easy. It requires patience and passion. It makes sense to get to know more about them so that you are aware of what you may be dealing with.

We all know there are different types of dog breeds. But I bet you didn’t know there are various kinds of dog owners, too? You might have encountered some of them already.

Check out the list below to find out which one are you.

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People Are Infuriated With Teens Who Destroyed 320 Million-Year-Old Rock Formation

The ancient landmark dated back to the Ice Age was destroyed in mere seconds and the vandals are still at large.

It only takes a few seconds to destroy some of Nature's most stunning gifts. A group of vandalizing teenagers have just defaced a landmark that has stood since the Ice Age. Not surprisingly, people are enraged with the teens and their complete disrespect for the national monument.

The Brimham Rocks were undoubtedly one of the most amazing reminders of what Earth looked like during ancient times. The rock formation is 320 million years old and is considered a National Trust landmark. It is also one of the major tourist spots in North Yorkshire, England. Although they survived millions of years of erosion, the rocks were not strong enough against the attacks of rowdy teens.

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6 Illustrations Showing Why Wearing All Black Is Not Always A Good Idea

Wearing all black has its pros and cons.

Black is, without a doubt, one of the top favorite colors of every male and female on this planet. It is the easiest to match with other colors; anyone can pull it off, and it’s perfect for both genders. However, wearing all black is not always a good idea. It actually has its cons that will make you reconsider wearing the matchy-matchy ensemble.

Many believed that buying black outfits is such a great idea. The goal is to mix and match the items that you purchased over the years to make it into a couple of masterpieces. Unfortunately, there are different shades of black that would make your pieces look like two colors once you step out of your house.

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