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More to the USB shock story

Engineers are truly confused as to how the USB cable that shocked Trinity Anderson could have caused such damage with such a low voltage.  An engineer investigated the family's home to determine if other factors were in play, which it appears now that they are.

Trinity remains in the hospital in critical condition, but is beginning to show signs of recovery.  Her family is hoping to find out what the cause of the injury is, but continue to urge parents to shut off this type of electronic equipment when not in use so that other children aren't injured as well.




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