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Shock therapy coarse but effective for work injury

A construction worker’s job proved to be both a blessing and a curse when he was electrocuted on Saturday in Preah Sihanouk province.

The man was working on scaffolding when he came into contact with a wire, causing him to be electrocuted and fall off.

His peers quick-wittedly made use of nearby resources, covering the man in sand in a bid to ease his pain.

The home remedy proved useful as the man has been on the mend since then, cementing the belief that the remedy works.

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