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Guest Electrocuted By Hotel Room Door

A defect in an air conditioner or its cord caused the electric charge that killed a woman as she opened the door to her hotel room, an electrical inspector said Friday. Milika Sloan, 18, of Cincinnati was wet from rain and barefoot June 24, when she opened the door to a Ramada Hotel outside Washington, D.C., and was electrocuted.