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electric wheelchairs???

2 Comments 26 August 2010

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  1. kittyrogers says:

    It’s “electrocute” and batteries DON’T electrocute people, dear. Only electricity does that, whether it is raining or not. Sheesh!

  2. sd_ducksoup says:

    It’s unlikely that they’d have the batteries configured for a high enough voltage to electrocute someone. However, the batteries hold high amounts of current and if there were a short circuit, that high current could potentially cause a fire. That would be bad for someone who couldn’t get out of the way very fast — like someone in an electric wheelchair.


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