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Thank You For Capturing the Deadly Dozen Serial Killer

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The serial killer, code named: Deadly Dozen, has been stopped thanks to all our contest participants. The Electrical Safety Authority would like to thank all participants for making Ontario a safer place to live.

Although the contest is now closed, you can still learn about the importance of powerline safety by solving the 12 cases below.

In the past decade, 75 unsuspecting Ontarians have died or been seriously injured by electrical hazards. Understanding powerline safety can mean the difference between life and death. Educate yourself and always be aware of potential electrical hazards. To learn more safety tips visit us at http://www.esasafe.com/.

WARNING: Cases contain graphic content and some disturbing images. Parental advisory in effect for children 14 years of age or under. All cases are ficitious and names of persons are not real.
Case 341/11
341/11 Solve Case
Case 113/14
113/14 Solve Case
Case 907/13
907/13 Solve Case
Case 962/12
962/12 Solve Case
Case 881/14
881/14 Solve Case
Case 764/14
764/14 Solve Case
Case 219/14
219/14 Solve Case
Case 692/12
692/12 Solve Case
Case 510/12
510/12 Solve Case
Case 228/14
228/14 Solve Case
Case 351/13
351/13 Solve Case
Case 477/13
477/13 Solve Case