·According to the boy’s mother, at the beginning, the boy fainted and convulsed, but did not know what happened. After 40 minutes of rescue, he was not rescued. Later, the police released an investigation report, which confirmed that the boy was electrocuted because the charging Apple phone on the edge of the bathtub (pool) slipped into the water.
·What makes mothers feel more painful is that their children are not electrocuted immediately on the spot, and there are traces of struggling to take their mobile phones out of the bath.
·Although it is said that the voltage of the charging terminal of the mobile phone is not high, the constant current can also be fatal. The incident quickly aroused heated discussion. The sad mother called on everyone not to bring the mobile phone into the bathroom again.