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Gan Minyvonne Burke and Associated Press
A woman and football coach was killed and their son was injured when they were accredited when placing a new scoreboard in a secondary school in Florida.
The event took place Sunday afternoon at Liberty County High School in Bristol, west of Tallahassee, when Corey Crum Coach repaired objects damaged by Hurricane Michael last October, the authorities said.
Crum, aged 39, operated a lift boost and unloading vehicle equipment when the power line lift was lifted above, said the Sheriff Liberty County Office on Monday.
"This electrified is the lifting of Crum Corum electrocuting coach," said the department.
Crum's wife, Shana, 41, blocked her to try and help her husband, and his 14-year-old son, Chase, was released and tried to help her parents, authorities said.
The couple died in the scene, the authorities said. Chase was taken to hospital and is expected to recover.
Shana Crum was a health assistant in the Liberty County School area, David Summers, Superintendent of the School of Liberty School. Her husband was the head football coach.
Over 20 people, including players from the football team and parents, were present when the accident occurred. The students were on buses to a secondary school gym where grief counselors were available.
"The area allocates additional School Resources Deputies to support students, parents and staff," Summers said. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected by this tragedy."
Death officials called "a tragic incident that has shrink our community to core."