A brother in Bohol wanted to speed up their internet signal for an online class when they were electrified while installing an internet connection “booster”. On Monday the victims were identified as Tristian Hamlag, 26 years old and Christian Hamlag, 20 years old lived at Dimiao, Bohol.
During the investigation, authorities said Tristian assisted his brother Christian in installing a “booster” to speed up their internet speed. But the booster metal antenna allegedly crashed into a power pole near their house, causing the siblings to be electrified.
According to a Bohol Islands News report, Christian first went upstairs to fix the booster and Tristan followed to help his brother. Tristan also tried to save his brother but unfortunately he was electrified, too. Both were taken to the hospital but were declared dead-on-arrival.
It seems that many are really sacrificing what teachers, students and parents are doing for the “new normal” of education. Even though it is said that many learning modalities can be used in learning, most of us are still trying to get into online classes because this is the only way for the teacher to interview the student if they understand the lesson. That is why even the brothers Christian and Tristan were trying to find a way to keep up with their online classes but something unexpected happened.
Meanwhile, another complaint was made by a college student who admitted that he had almost nothing to learn because all he had in mind was to pass the activity. Her school heard about it and made her way. That is why many students ask that this pandemic will end so that students can return to the school where they are expected to learn from what they consider to be their second parents and this is their teachers.