Boy 12 Dies After Getting Electrocuted At Harare Agric Show
There were sad scenes at the Harare Agricultural Show Luna Park on Saturday when a 12-year-old boy was electrocuted after he touched the metal body of an electric swing.
Police confirmed the tragedy through their Twitter handle writing
“The ZRP reports a sad incident in which a 12 year old boy was electrocuted after he touched the metal body of an electric swing known as paratrooper on 03/09/22 at Zimbabwe Agricultural Show Luna Park, Harare.
“The victim died upon arrival at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals. Investigations are in progress.”
The minor was later identified as Wayne Mugaure, a primary scholar at Alfred Beit School in Harare.
Saturday was the last day of the annual agricultural showcase which has traditionally been combined with a lot of funfair.
Also on iHarare, The late former president Robert Gabriel Mugabe’s son, Robert Tinotenda Junior, was reportedly involved in a horror accident after his luxury SUV flipped over.
According to a local online publication, the accident occurred when his Range Rover Vogue vehicle overturned in the Eastern Highlands region of Zimbabwe.
Robert Junior’s accident reportedly happened at Rwatsumbu before Watsomba, on the road from Mutare to Inyanga.
Details on what caused the accident are still sketchy. However, The former President’s son is said to have suffered no serious injuries and is currently in hospital where he is being checked out.
Part of the report from ZimCelebs reads,
“Reports say that Robert junior Mugabe has escaped death by a narrow margin after his a landrover vogue just after fell off the road at rwatsumbu vatsomba.
“However, his condition is stable and did not sustain injuries as he has been rushed to the hospital.
“We are still waiting for an official confirmation from the family. This comes after Robert has resurfaced to continue with legacy that his father left and to continue as a Zanu Pf member.”
A few days before the accident, Robert Junior shared photos with his friends showing them on vacation in the Eastern Highlands.