Introduction There are many types of dangers on the road. Sometimes due to heavy winds or storm, trees may be uprooted and may fall on electric wires which may broke the high tension wires. The wire may fall on cars which is parked or moving on the road. These wires have very high voltage.i.e. 11000 KV/440 watts. If someone's car has hit by broken high tension wire can lead to electrocution and death. So take safety precautions. Some safety precautions are listed below in the next heading.
Precautions in case High Tension wire fall on your car We should observe some safety precautions in case High Tension wire fall on car such as-
What to do if the car got fire due to HT wire fall ?
Emergency contact numbers
Conclusion Life is precious. Be vigilant and take care of you and your family. Take precautions mentioned above in this article. Be calm and safe. Do not step out from the car instead jump with both the feet together. Call the emergency service for help now. Do videography in case fire and inform your Insurance company. If still accidentally met with such incidents follow the advice and steps told in this article.
This is a valuable article shared by the author. This is the rainy season and normally the rains are lashing with high wind velocity and there are every chance of big trees getting uprooted and current wires getting snapped. Normally high tension wires won't be allowed to get snapped. But due to vagaries of nature, any thing can be possible and the author has given perfect precautions as to how to take care of ourselves in that event. Never park the vehicle, especially the car, near the electric poles or trees so that a possible disaster can be averted. Before getting into car it is better to cautiously see for any snapped wire etc around and then get in.
Detailed information for high tension wire falling on a car. I never knew about jumping and landing with both feet together. It pays to have a good pair of shoes and a pair of gloves close by. People approaching the car to help also should remember to be careful not to get themselves into trouble.