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15-year-old Boy Dies After His Bluetooth Headset Explodes

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As much as technology has made our lives easy, it can also prove to be extremely harmful at times. A 15-year-old boy in the Indian state of Rajasthan dies after his Bluetooth earphones exploded in his ears while he was using them.

According to a report by Gizchina, the deceased has been identified as Rakesh Nagar, a resident of Udaipuria village in Chaumu area of Jaipur.

The incident took place while Nagar was talking to someone using his Bluetooth device in his ears and fell unconscious after the earphone exploded.

After the explosion, the youth was rushed to Siddhivinayak Hospital in Jaipur for treatment. He, however, could not be saved. As per details by the doctors, it appears the youth suffered cardiac arrest after the wireless gadget exploded.

After such an event, we can only advise you not to leave your smartphones connected during a power outage and not to use earphones or headphones at the same time.

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