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Shocking: Headphone Explodes, Youth Dies of Cardiac Arrest

The incident is reported from Udaipuria village of Chomu locality in Jaipur. The doctor states that this is perhaps the first death caused due to the explosion in the Bluetooth headset which is vastly in use nowadays. The 15-year old deceased is identified as Rakesh Nagar. Rakesh fell unconscious as soon as the wireless headset exploded. He was rushed to the nearby Siddhivinayak Hospital where the victim of the incident succumbed to the injuries.

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In a first of its kind, as it seems so, a 15-year old youth has died due to the explosion of a Bluetooth headset while on a call. As per a report, the youth was using the headphone while he received a call and eventually died due to cardiac arrest as a result of the explosion. The doctor treating the victim informed that the ears were also substantially damaged due to the explosion. The cause of the explosion is yet not known.

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The incident is reported from Udaipuria village of Chomu locality in Jaipur. The doctor states that this is perhaps the first death caused due to the explosion in the Bluetooth headset which is vastly in use nowadays. The 15-year old deceased is identified as Rakesh Nagar. Rakesh fell unconscious as soon as the wireless headset exploded. He was rushed to the nearby Siddhivinayak Hospital where the victim of the incident succumbed to the injuries.

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Recently, on July 31, a 17-year old girl, Shraddha Desai, from Mehsana District of Gujarat died due to an explosion in her mobile phone while she was talking on the phone with a relative and the phone was allegedly on charging. The incident had made several to deter the use of mobile phones while putting it on charging.

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