I agree that no one knows at this point what really happened. It's
possible that she wasn't even shocked at all and just died from a
pre-existing medical condition. However, a sneaker doesn't provide
sufficient insulation. Sneakers are often damp, have cracks, gaps or
other defects which allow an electric current to flow, especially if
it's a higher voltage as you would have on a utility wire. I remember
being at a car crash one night years ago, where a utility pole was
knocked down. Wires were hanging over the car. A bystander picked up
a tree branch and was using it to try to move the wires, because wood
isn't a conductor right? But this is 14KV potentially live line and a
random dead tree branch has moisture, could even be saturated. Not a
I think that if the fence really were
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