Was reading a crane-operations manual and it had a Section on what to do if your boom accidentally contacted overhead electrical wires. It advised not trying to step out of the cab (of course); but in case of imminent danger advised jumping out (makes sense). The interesting part came after this: It said to take tiny steps or hop on one leg to get away from the live equipment. Apparently the reasoning is the ground may have become live and a bigger step would be across a potential high enough to injure. Does this strategy make sense? What's the typical potential contour and could a potential drop across a stride be so high to shock via two legs?