The parents of a teen who died last spring after being electrocuted in the water at her family’s Alabama lake home are warning others about the electric shock drowning after two more Alabama women lost their lives the same way on Friday, April 14. The two women, Shelly Darling, 34, and Elizabeth Whipple, 41, disappeared while sunbathing at Lake Tuscaloosa. Their bodies were found in the lake early the next day. Preliminary autopsies found both women likely died from electric shock, the Tuscaloosa County Homicide Unit told AL.com. Now the parents of 15-year-old Carmen Johnson, who died from an electric shock ... Read More
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