By Eddie G. Griffin (BASG)
Friday, May 21, 2010
“I took the Taser, and when it was over I couldn’t move my arms,” Chief Deputy Jason Frederick said.
The Roosevelt County deputy sheriff broke both his arms during a training session in which he was zapped by a stun gun.
In what some is calling a “freak” accident, where the muscles in the arm contract so hard upon itself that it breaks the bone, Dr. Thomas Bennett, a forensic pathologist in Billings, said it’s not unusual for electrocution victims to suffer broken bones, particularly if the victim was in very good shape with lots of muscle mass.
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