"...Deputy ... used his department issued Taser to subdue him. One barb hit Spruill in the neck and the other in the lower back. Deputies then called for EMS - which is standard when a Taser is used. While they waited, they noticed Spruill was unresponsive. Attempts to revive him were unsuccessful and he was pronounced dead at the hospital. ..." [LINK]
Another example of the taser's "Curious Temporal Asymmetry" (Google it).
Neck to lower back. It's worth noting that one recent study found that tasers actually disrupt the central nervous system. Not simply the peripheral nervous system as some of Taser International's so-called experts seem to think.
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