Madison Coe’s last text prior to she was electrocuted in a tub (Source: Lovington Cops Department). Madison Coe (Source: Household Members). LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -. Detectives with the Lovington Cops Department have actually launched the last image a Texas teen sent prior to she was electrocuted while taking a bath. It is thought she took the photo, sent it with a text to a good friend, just before she died. Madison Coe, 14, was at her dad’s house in Lovington, NM on July 9th when she plugged her cell phone into an extension cable while taking a bath. The report from the United States Customer Product Security Commission and the Lovington Cops Department says she plugged her mobile phone into an extension cord, which was plugged into a non-GFCI, non-grounded restroom wall outlet.
The report goes on to say the phone was never ever immersed in water.
Authorities state Coe took preventative measures to keep the connection of the cords dry, it is thought she was not familiar with a significant location of tearing to the extension cord. Evidence reveals she touched the torn extension cord while she remained in the tub, which had water in it.
Coe’s moms and dads have actually accepted release the picture she took prior to she passed away, to raise awareness of the dangers that the combination of electrical energy, water and portable electronic gadgets can present to individuals, specifically teenagers who are the heaviest users of these devices.
There will be a funeral for Madison Coe on Saturday, July 15, at 2 p.m. at Kings Ridge Church of Christ in Lubbock. The address is 4201 98th Street. There will be a balloon/candlelight memorial following the memorial service, 6:30 p.m. at Terra Vista Intermediate school for all who wish to participate in. The household says they will release balloons and share memories. The balloons will be orange, Madison’s favorite color.
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