Schoolgirl Found Hanged after Developing Allergic Reaction to School Wi-Fi*
By Lloyd Burrell
Fifteen-year-old Jenny Fry was found hanged in woodland in June this year. According to her parents she suffered from electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), which caused her to suffer diverse symptoms including tiredness, headaches and bladder problems.
An allergic reaction to Wi-Fi in her school made living miserable
An inquest heard that it was her allergic reaction to her school’s Wi-Fi that made her life a misery. Her mother Debra told the hearing that Jenny was severely affected by the wireless internet connections at Chipping Norton School in Oxfordshire, England, where she was a pupil.
After becoming increasingly distressed by her symptoms, which were never investigated by a doctor, Jenny Fry was found hanged in Brooke Woods, near her home on June 11 this year.
Mrs. Fry and her husband Charles Newman told the Coroners’ Court dealing with the…
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