Jenny Fry var aðeins 15 ára gömul þegar hún framdi sjálfsmorð í júní á þessu ári. Foreldrar Jenny segja að það hafi verið af völdum WiFi sem er í skólanum sem hún gekk í og segja þau hana hafa þjáðst af ofurnæmi á rafmagn (electro-hypersensiviti/EHS).

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Jenny hafði þjáðst mikið vegna nettengingar í kennslustofu sinni og telja foreldrar hennar að það hafi leitt til svo mikillar vanlíðan hjá henni að hún hafi að lokum ákveðið að taka sitt eigið líf. Þau vinna nú hart að því að koma í veg fyrir að þráðlaus nettenging sé notuð í skólastofum.

Þau áhrif sem rafmagnið hafði á Jenny voru höfuðverkur, stanslaus þreyta og vandamál með þvagblöðruna. Bæði hún og móðir hennar höfðu fundið fyrir undarlegum einkennum árið 2012 og las móðir hennar sér til um að WiFi gæti verið að valda kvillum þeirra, svo hún tók þá ákvörðun um fjarlæga það af heimili þeirra og byrjaði þeim að líða mun betur. Stuttu síðar fór Jenny að forðast þau svæði í skólanum þar sem mestu rafbylgjurnar voru að finna og jafnvel fara úr skólastofu sinni og leita sér að svæðum sem voru ekki eins slæm að hennar mati, sem síðan leiddi til þess að hún þurfti að sæta eftisetu í skólanum.

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Stúlkunni leið mjög illa í skólanum og sendi tvö skilaboð í síma vinkonu sinnar morguninn sem hún lét verða að því að taka líf sitt, meðal annars til að segja henni hvar hún væri stödd, en því miður var vinkona hennar ekki með símann sinn á sér.

Facebook tribute site picture (TAKEN WITHOUT FAMILY PERMISSION) of Jenny Fry.  A 15-year-old schoolgirl died after her life was made a misery when she developed a bizarre allergy to WIFI, an inquest heard.  See NTI story NTIWIFI.  The parents of tragic Jenny Fry claim she suffered from electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) which caused her to suffer tiredness, headaches and bladder problems.  Her mum Debra said her symptoms were caused because she was allergic to wireless internet connections at her school.  Jenny's body was found hanging from a tree at Brooke Woods, near her home in Chadlington, Oxon., at 4.20pm on June 11.  Earlier in the day she had texted a friend telling her she was not going to school that day.  Her mum Debra and dad Charles Newman told the inquest they believed their daughter was made ill because of WiFi.  Although they had taken the WiFi out of their own home, it was still used in Chipping Norton School, Oxon., where she was a pupil.  Mrs Fry told Oxfordshire Coroners' Court Jenny had started showing signs of EHS in November 2012.

Facebook tribute site picture (TAKEN WITHOUT FAMILY PERMISSION) of Jenny Fry.  A 15-year-old schoolgirl died after her life was made a misery when she developed a bizarre allergy to WIFI, an inquest heard.  See NTI story NTIWIFI.  The parents of tragic Jenny Fry claim she suffered from electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) which caused her to suffer tiredness, headaches and bladder problems.  Her mum Debra said her symptoms were caused because she was allergic to wireless internet connections at her school.  Jenny's body was found hanging from a tree at Brooke Woods, near her home in Chadlington, Oxon., at 4.20pm on June 11.  Earlier in the day she had texted a friend telling her she was not going to school that day.  Her mum Debra and dad Charles Newman told the inquest they believed their daughter was made ill because of WiFi.  Although they had taken the WiFi out of their own home, it was still used in Chipping Norton School, Oxon., where she was a pupil.  Mrs Fry told Oxfordshire Coroners' Court Jenny had started showing signs of EHS in November 2012.

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Facebook tribute site picture (TAKEN WITHOUT FAMILY PERMISSION) of Jenny Fry.  A 15-year-old schoolgirl died after her life was made a misery when she developed a bizarre allergy to WIFI, an inquest heard.  See NTI story NTIWIFI.  The parents of tragic Jenny Fry claim she suffered from electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) which caused her to suffer tiredness, headaches and bladder problems.  Her mum Debra said her symptoms were caused because she was allergic to wireless internet connections at her school.  Jenny's body was found hanging from a tree at Brooke Woods, near her home in Chadlington, Oxon., at 4.20pm on June 11.  Earlier in the day she had texted a friend telling her she was not going to school that day.  Her mum Debra and dad Charles Newman told the inquest they believed their daughter was made ill because of WiFi.  Although they had taken the WiFi out of their own home, it was still used in Chipping Norton School, Oxon., where she was a pupil.  Mrs Fry told Oxfordshire Coroners' Court Jenny had started showing signs of EHS in November 2012.

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