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Shocks or Electrocution

StreetZaps.com is a non-partisan initiative organized and led by Blair Sorrel to reduce the year round risk of injury and fatality from contact voltage shocking or electrocution resulting from damaged or tampered wiring.

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"Today, it's our dogs.
Tomorrow, it'll be our kids.
Remember Jodie Lane.
STOP THE MADNESS!"

Protest Stray Voltage — was held at Marcus Garvey Park, 120th St. between Lenox and 5th Aves, South Harlem on Sunday, June 8, 2008 at 11 a.m. by the Mushy & Mama Foundation For the Love of Dogs.

What is human grief in dog years?  On the anniversary of the electrocution of her beloved Mastiff, Mushy, the New York Post reporter, Denise Buffa issued a pivotal statement at the Stray Voltage Protest at Marcus Garvey Park.
Read Denise's Full Statement.

Past Events

 Celia Sing In Memory of Sebastian

Celia Sing's Sebastian

On November 11, 2008, StreetZaps sponsored an event for Celia Sing in memory of her dog Sebastian, who was electrocuted by contact voltage from a lamppost in May 2008, and to raise awareness of the need for people to be aware of stray voltage.  

Even though we cherish our pets as beloved family members, only humans may benefit from life insurance, so StreetZaps dignified this tragic loss with a distinctive canine commemorative service.

The New York Times covered the event, which took place at Grace and St. Paul’s Church in New York City.   Read the NYTimes Article.   

Read more about the Sebastian Fund.

Streetzaps Is finally on the map!

Con Edison and the Electrical Power and Research Institute invited community safety advocate, Blair Sorrel and her associate, Richard Spain to attend the Jodie Lane Fourth National Conference on May 29-30, 2008 and set a precedent since they were the first non-electrical representatives ever included.