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SANANTONIO - A Pleasanton man says he took in the most difficult way possible why it is anything but a smart thought to take copper. He was distorted after he was stunned by 138,000 volts. Fortunate to be alive, Blake Higdon is recounting his story just to KENS 5 with expectations of sparing another person's life. I'm a fine case of what not to do, he said. Higdon never dealt with criminal indictments. Without any arms and no legs, he says that was his discipline for attempting to take copper. It tossed me like 28 feet, said Higdon. I thought I had got shot in the head.
However, it wasn't a firearm fired that bound Higdon to a wheelchair - it was power. I was ransacking copper off a top line, he said. Allyou believe is man it's three dollars a pound. I was ablaze. Five weeks later,Higdon woke up in a medical clinic bed with his arms and legs severed. They needed to excise me multiple times in a 48-hour term, he said. My bone marrow was singed. The main thing that spared me it crumbled my hands, he said. It's very a supernatural occurrence and I could have passed on, I ought to have kicked the bucket. Observer News shrouded the episode in 2006 off FM 476.
From that point forward, there have been incalculable other copper burglaries, remembering a fatal one final week for Atascosa. Representatives state Guy Harlan was stunned by 69,000 volts of power and his body was discovered a few feet from the transformer. Hasn't he heard my story? asked Higdon. CPS Energy needs to put an image of me up on these electric shafts. It's actually a bloody thing. They were flabbergasted my eyeballs didn't soften. However, Higdon says he has his confidence, and he thinks everything occurs on purpose. He needs to save someone else from his torment. Presently every time I see a child doing terrible things I got the opportunity to revile him out and reveal to him how it truly is, said Higdon. I messed up and lost my arms and my legs from 130,000 volts over a couple of pounds of copper. I was attempting to get weed and lease cash. Higdon is attempting to fund-raise for prosthetic arms and legs and is doing sit-up difficulties in order to get a support.
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