WASHINGTON (CBSDC) - A man who was nearly electrocuted in the District of Columbia is being treated and has been resuscitated after responders performed CPR.
The D.C. Fire Department responded to a report of a man being shocked at 1207 Connecticut Avenue in Washington, D.C.
A spokesman for the fire department says the man was a manual worker, approximately between the ages of 27 and 30 years old, and was working outside of Dupont Circle at the time of the shock.
D.C. fire says the accident occurred around 9:02 a.m. and the man was unconscious at the time of their arrival. Emergency responders performed CPR on the man and had his pulse restored.
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