3 people died after getting electrocuted in Khardah, Kolkata.
Tragic death in accumulated water. Three members of the same family died after being electrocuted inside the house.
The incident took place in the area of the Khardah police station on Tuesday afternoon.
Raja Das (35) is a resident of Patulia Government Housing under the Kharadaha Police Station. Heavy rains flooded his house. That water hasn’t come out yet.
He was plugging the refrigerator plug into the switchboard while he was standing in the water that day. He was electrocuted at that time. Seeing him in that situation, his wife Paulmi (29) rushed to save him.
Therefore, she was also electrocuted. Their 11-year-old son ran away after seeing his parents.
In that situation, the parents and grandparents began to yell from inside the house and their youngest son. Neighbors rushed to hear her screams.
They rescued all three and took them to the Barrackpore BN Bose Subdivisional Hospital, where the doctor pronounced them dead.
Initially, they were electrocuted to death. This incident has cast a mourning shadow over the area.
In May, a young man was electrocuted in front of the Raj Bhavan in Calcutta. This time the incident was repeated in the suburb of Titagarh.
Several areas of Titagarh were submerged in three days of rain. He was struck by lightning.
And a schoolboy died as soon as he stepped on that wire. The incident took place in the Mohanpur Uttarpara area of the Titagarh Police Station on Tuesday morning.
The deceased was identified as 15-year-old Hiralal Roy. He is a resident of Shiuli Gosaipara. The eighth-class student at Shantinagar High School.
It is known that Hiralal returned home after taking his sister to train. After three days of continuous rain, the water stopped on that road.
That is the path where the electric cable fell into the water. The student was electrocuted as soon as he entered the water on the road.
Devika Chowdhury – She is a professional news editor, writer, and blogger for the last 10 years. She is working with NewsGater as an off-beat news editor cum writer.