A 24 year old man by the name Lungisani Sithole from Zimbabwe died in a painful manner after being electrocuted by 3,000 Volts of DC power, his deceased body was found hanging from railway pylons near uMngeni train station in Durban.
According to the Flyingnewslive news report, yesterday, Sunday, 15 May 2022 police and other officials were called to the scene by passersby who spotted a man hanging from railway pylons near uMngeni train station in Durban (KwaZulu-Natal Province), police and municipality officials responded to this information and went to the scene.
Upon arrival at the scene, they discovered that the deceased man was electrocuted by 3,000 Volts DC power while trying to steal Prasa overhead cables, the man's identity was also discovered, he goes by the name Lungisani Sithole (24) his originally from Zimbabwe, his body was removed from the pylons.
People are urged to avoid tampering with electrical cables because it is very dangerous to do so and it is also a criminal act.
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