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Five dead 'after being electrocuted at water park'

Five dead 'after being electrocuted at water park'”

According to reports this evening at least five people have died after being electrocuted at a water park pool in north-west Turkey.

The park manager and his son were injured when they dived in to try to rescue the children, according to Doğan news agency.

All five were taken to hospital but could not be saved.

It was unclear how the pool had become electrified. Two other people were hurt after touching metal railings near the pool, the reports said.

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An investigation has been launched into what caused the electrocutions, Dogan reported.

Turkish officials are saying that there was no residual current device in the water park which would have prevented this bad tragedy.

Television footage obtained by the Sun showed park visitors and employees rushing the victims to ambulances.



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