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Stray voltage: Hidden danger that can strike from everyday objects

Stray voltage can be an invisible killer. “When a water system breaks down, you see a puddle,” Kalokitis said. “When a gas system breaks down, you can smell the gas leaking. Electricity, there’s no telltale.”

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