Schoolgirl Commits Suicide After Getting Allergic To The WiFi

Schoolgirl Commits Suicide After Getting Allergic To The WiFi
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15-year-old Jenny Fry, from Chadlington, suffered a very uncommon type of disease called electro-hypersensitivity. According to Jenny's parents, she was facing the harmful effects of WiFi that made her life depressed and allergic which caused uneasiness, headaches and bladder issues into her body. 

She was found distressed and what followed next is nerve-wrenching.  

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Jenny Fry, in her childhood, was a happy girl.

Jenny Fry, in her childhood, was a happy girl.

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She started showing symptoms of electro-hypersensitivity in November 2012.

She started showing symptoms of electro-hypersensitivity in November 2012.

Her mother Debra discussed WiFi allergy with her teachers but, they claimed the connection was not at all harmful, and it's safe.

Her mother Debra discussed WiFi allergy with her teachers but, they claimed the connection was not at all harmful, and it's safe.

After getting totally disappointed from life, Jenny decided to end it by hanging herself in Brooke Woods.

After getting totally disappointed from life, Jenny decided to end it by hanging herself in Brooke Woods.

Her family members and friends left a tribute in front of her cemetery.

Her family members and friends left a tribute in front of her cemetery.

Now, the parents are campaigning at Chipping Norton School in Oxfordshire, to remove the wireless internet connection.

Now, the parents are campaigning at Chipping Norton School in Oxfordshire, to remove the wireless internet connection.