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July 8, 2001 | Reuters
Six Russian children were killed while bathing in a lake when a faulty underwater power line short-circuited and electrocuted them, Russian RTR state television reported Saturday. RTR said four boys and two girls, between 9 and 14 years old, were in the small lake outside the central Russian city of Penza when electric cables leading to an old water pump short-circuited. The children died at the scene. Another boy who was seriously injured remained hospitalized, RTR said.
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July 8, 2001 | Reuters
Six Russian children were killed while bathing in a lake when a faulty underwater power line short-circuited and electrocuted them, Russian RTR state television reported Saturday. RTR said four boys and two girls, between 9 and 14 years old, were in the small lake outside the central Russian city of Penza when electric cables leading to an old water pump short-circuited. The children died at the scene. Another boy who was seriously injured remained hospitalized, RTR said.
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