Two men in their 40s were delivered to hospital last week after attempting to seize a drone stuck in a power lines. The incident took place in a state park located in southeastern Australia. Law enforcement agencies believe that the drone was operated by an operator who had no idea how to fly the drone. Then, wanting to return the drone, the operator asked the bystander to operate the crane and lift it to the power lines. It is believed that this was when the drone operator touched the power lines, receiving an electric shock that resulted in severe upper body burns. The man was taken to the hospital at about 21:30. January 5, where he is still in serious but stable condition. The crane operator was also taken to hospital with minor burns to his lower body and is also in stable condition, according to a statement made by Energy Safe Victoria (ESV).