Hi, I felt a power surge in my apartment today - the lights dimmed and surged brighter and a bluetooth speaker o jaf plugged in was making this strong cracking noise. then I smelt the strong odor of burning plastic.... the electronics in one electrical socket seemed to have burnt out but I was perplexed because the circuit breaker or whatever didn't trip and everything was still working. I even called the fire dept to check the plug because there was like a hazy smoke and such a strong electrical burnt smell. They came and checked the one socket with the speaker and lights and couldn't figure it out. After they left, it took me a while to realize that my convection oven wasnt working. It is plugged in behind my metal sink... I found my extension cord badly burnt at the metal connection where the convection oven was plugged into it. It appeared to be a leak under my metal sink and the metal prongs submerged or got wet and the conductivity was the real cause for the perceived "power surge" of the other socket.... I've been trying to Google to see how much voltage and what the impact would have been had I not been standing on the carpeted area of my apartment. the "kitchen" is like vinyl tile or something. Idk, it just seems so rare of an event and I wanted to update the fire dept in case it was helpful info for them incase of a similar event in the future so people don't miss the real danger checking the wrong spot again. Any help objectively explaining the risk or danger of that would help. Also just curious how close I just came to death. Thax.