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Barranquilla, Colombia DEAF MAN WHO CHANGED MIND ABOUT KILLING HIMSELF DIES AFTER TOUCHING LIVE WIRE A deaf man who changed his mind about killing himself after climbing a huge pylon died after accidentally touching live wires as he climbed down.
Victor Jose Arroyo Gonzalez, 20, had scaled the huge pylon in the city of Barranquilla and threatened to throw himself off.
But police officers and onlookers reportedly talked him out of killing himself and he had just started climbing back down when tragedy struck.
That’s why when the third-grader sat down Thursday at the S. School for the Deaf and the Blind’s new Einstein’s Workshop, she decided to build one.
Sanchez was one of a handful of vision-impaired students who attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday for Einstein’s Workshop, a space designed to help students learn about science, technology, electronics and math, commonly called STEM.