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Man electrocuted at the windfarms  

A man was rushed to the hospital after he was electrocuted while he worked out on the windfarms—

The accident happened 4 miles south of coronados camp off of highway 277.

Officials at the scene say he was shocked with 690 volts.

Taylor County Deputy Sheriff says the man is in stable condition and he did sustain burns.

Ecca volunteer fire department, Taylor county sheriff’s office and Metrocare were all at the scene.

A wind turbine typically generates power at 690 volts.

bigcountryhomepage.com

9 February 2008

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