A doctor died from electric shock in the Lal Wa Sarjangal district of the Ghor province, in central Afghanistan, according to local Taliban officials.
The incident occurred on Friday, the 30th of September, after the generator power short-circuited during fishing, according to the authorities.
According to a statement released by the Taliban police chief office’s media branch in Ghor province, the doctor in question was an employee of a health clinic in the Safidab area of Lal Wa Sarjangal district.
The doctor’s name, according to the Ghor province police chief’s statement, was Mohammad Amin, who lost his life in an accident while fishing.
Previously in Ghazni City, the provincial capital of Ghazni Province in central Afghanistan, a young man inadvertently electrocuted himself to death while getting water.
The 24-year-old victim was identified as Ahmad Shabeer, and before dying from a fatal electrocution accident in late August, he was employed as a truck driver.
Ahmad Shabir’s family told that he was electrocuted while attempting to fill up his car with water from a reservoir due to a short circuit brought on by a malfunctioning water pump.
Unexpected events continue to destroy Afghanistan’s impoverished residents in addition to the ongoing occurrence of terrorism, violence, and natural disasters.—Tolo News