The son of the Serbian football player Andrija Kaludjerovic, who suffered an electric shock, is not life-threatening.
The condition of Andrija’s son, Lazar, is currently stable, and his hand and three toes have been amputated, ‘Novosti’ reports.
The boy is in the Clinical-Hospital Center of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, he was in an artificially induced coma, but he is currently aware of what is happening and the internal organs of seven-year-old Lazar fortunately passed without injuries.
According to the information from ‘Novosti’, this is precise information about the health of the injured boy, who recently survived a serious accident while playing in the village of Lovćenac near Bačka Topola when he was struck by electricity. Apparently, his life is not in danger as it was initially thought.
Middle son Kaludjerovic he was injured by running and hooking the transmission line wire, which was knocked down by the wind. The torn wire hung from the pole.
What is known is that doctors are amazed how Kaludjerovic’s seven-year-old son survived such an electric shock, in a way it is also a medical phenomenon, considering the voltage that flows through the transmission line wires (20,000 volts!).
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