Can noise reduction headphones actually cause life-threatening? A Singaporean woman was suspected of not hearing the sound of trees falling in a park not far from home in the morning run in a park not far from home.
Unfortunately, she was knocked down by trees and died.
Singapore’s Lianhe Zaobao recently reported that many people come to run and exercise every morning in Maxiling Park, where the accident happened.
According to eyewitness Zhang Dongxian, when he ran in the park, he first heard the sound of the trunk breaking and then saw the tree fall down, which lasted only a few seconds.
The woman who was crushed to death by the big tree was named Lu Xiaoli. At the time of the incident, she was completely crushed by the big tree below her waist. Dozens of people tried to work together to lift the fallen tree, but the trunk was too thick and too heavy to succeed.
About 10 minutes later, firefighters arrived at the scene and sawed the tree with cutting tools to rescue the trapped, but it was useless.
The deceased’s sister told the media, “I might have had a chance to escape if she hadn’t been listening to music with headphones.” Professionals warn that whether running in the woods, roadsides or parks, you must be vigilant and try not to wear headphones for safety.