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Published 2018-10-02
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The selfie that ended the existence of two girls

A photo that has come to stay...

The human being has been developing the need to take pictures wherever they are over the years. Either because you visit incredible places or because you want to share your great state of happiness with your friends, the truth is that taking your mobile phone out of your pocket or camera has become a habit. For some years we have entered a new dimension in this field: the "selfie".

A photo that has come to stay...

Since the celebrities have made selfies trendy, hundreds of millions of users throughout social networks have begun to take them. In the first instance, the danger at the time of committing this act is minimal, but the truth is that if the appropriate measures are not taken or it is carried out at an appropriate time, our health could be in the most serious of dangers. Do you want to know one of the most serious recent tragedies? Keep reading with us to find out everything!

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Danger is always there...

As we all know, the environment in which we live is not safe. Probably our area is quiet and peaceful, but the truth is that we never know when we will cross a soul with bad intentions or the moment when we will slip fatally. From here, our advice is to always remain alert, but it really would be enough not to commit acts that put our life in check. In recent years, the taking of a selfie has already cost a large number of lives...

Danger is always there...

Do you know that since 2014, no less than 127 people have died because they were photographed in the wrong place and at the wrong time? 76 human beings have lost their lives in India after taking a "selfie". Russia and the United States have not escaped this catastrophe, and even countries like Spain and Mexico have already been affected. From the Japanese tourist who fell in the Taj Mahal, the Russian teenager who slipped on the roof of a building or the young Spaniard who bullied a bull, it seems that we have not learned to contain our cravings when it comes to photographing us.

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Everything must have been perfect ...

When a special event happens near our area, it is very likely that we have a huge desire to go. What better way to leave a record for the future than by taking a photograph at the best time? If we do it well, our closest friends will know almost instantaneously that we have enjoyed an unforgettable moment. Two Mexican girls, called Mitzia Mendoza (18) and Clarissa Miranda (17) left home without knowing what would happen a few hours later...

Everything must have been perfect ...

These young women had their whole lives ahead of them, but due to a very serious mistake, their relatives were devastated forever. Do you want to know what kind of an event they had gone to see? Nothing less than a simple horse race. These equestrian shows are always very exciting, and beyond the fall of an equine, there is no risk to humans. One thing to keep in mind about the location of the race is that it was located near an airstrip. This detail is crucial for the future of this story…

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The plane was not at fault...

Chihuahua was the Mexican town where everything happened, and the truth is that all the people who attended this special celebration were marked forever with what they saw. It seems that both Mitzia and Clarissa were very enthusiastic about everything that was happening but decided to go further, which cost them their lives. If they had just kept watching the horse races nothing would have happened, but it seems that a flying object caught their attention...

The plane was not at fault...

The small planes usually frequent the skies of many countries, but it seems that these young women wanted the device to appear in the same "selfie" as them. Without the security of the area realizing what they were doing, both of them descended at full speed to the airstrip, trying to take the best possible capture. It was their wish that the same plane appears in their photo just behind them, so they turned their backs on the flying machine. What happened? What we already know, an authentic tragedy that could have been avoided…

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And all for a selfie...

It is well known that the trend of selfies is exceeding in some cases the established limits, but we believe that at least in this Aztec region they will have a well-learned lesson. Both Clarissa and Mitzia waited until the last moment for the plane to appear behind them to get the best possible picture, but it seems that the pilot of the aircraft did not see them in time. How was he going to think that two teenagers were going to enter the airstrip? Despite maneuvering, fate had already made a decision...

And all for a selfie...

One of the wings of the plane hit the girls, slicing off their heads in the act. The pilot got off and when he saw what had happened he ran out of there horrified by what he had done; quickly the assistants to the congregation called to the emergencies, that simply took to the girls to the hospital and they verified her death.
However, this is not the only case! Follow us to learn more about these incidents!

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We have seen so many incidents where people took their last selfie and lost their lives right after that and today there is another incident of the same careless behavior that has made headlines! Shiva alias Subhash suffered serious head injuries due to getting hit by a Hyderabad Multi-Modal Transport System train! The incident happened to the 21-year-old man because he wanted to take a video in which he could appear super close to the train but dodge it! Which did not happen!

In the video, you can see that his friend is calling his name to be careful but he says: "Wait...just one minute."! Not sure exactly what can be said about what happened to this guy but we need to ask 'What on earth was he thinking?!'. He could be thinking about having a viral video which would make him rich and popular both at the same time. The only thing that actually happened was the video going viral and he lost his health! Not sure if the head injuries can heal! This is not the only case. Here are some other stories of such!

The vast majority of human beings tend to adopt safe behaviors in regard to their way of life, but if we surf the internet, we can easily find cases of people who have died for carrying out certain actions in which their safety was threatened by something so trivial. What if everything ended for us due to a small error? In today's article, we will meet a couple of Brazilian natives who took a selfie on the beach. Hardly a minute after this image was captured, they had already lost their lives...

Taking a selfie normally does not pose any risk to our health, but what is really dangerous is the area and the time you took that picture. Do you want to know some cases of people who died by being photographed when being in the wrong place at the wrong time? One of the most famous examples happened in September 2015 at the Indian monument of the Taj Mahal: a Japanese tourist stumbled while photographing himself on the stairs of this Wonder of Humanity, which cost him his life. Only a month later a young Russian named Andrey Retrovsky died when he fell from the highest area of ​​a building; This image shows perfectly what this guy was doing to impress his friends.

And what's the point of taking a selfie on the roof of a train? The young Romanian Anna Ursu decided to get a great photo for her social networks, but all she found was an electrocution with 27,000-volt cables; the girl died immediately. The animals also have to say a lot in this incidents: a native Spanish boy named David Gonzalez thought it would be a great idea to be photographed next to a bull in one of the many celebrations that happen every year in that country. Of course, the beast came from behind and cornered him to death.

Since March of 2014, 127 deaths have been recorded from people who wanted to get the best possible picture in a place and at a time when they should not be doing anything at all. An investigation carried out by the American University of Carnegie Mellon and the National Institute of Technology of India has reached several conclusions regarding this deadly practice. The results have been devastating for this Asian country, and 76 people left our world after being photographed in extreme situations.

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