A British man can’t help but drop an f-bomb when a bolt of lightning hits a nearby tree.
A Canadian couple is lucky to be alive after lightning struck their car, Saturday afternoon. Al and Betty Perry were driving on Highway 14 near Tofield, Alberta, when their Chevy pickup truck was turned into a fireball. The dramatic moment was caught on a surveillance video. Watch it in the CTV news report below:
A bolt of lightning hitting a house was caught on camera in São José dos Campos, Brazil.
An electrical fireball passing down an electrical line in the Montreal suburb of Lachine, Canada, was filmed by Youtuber Huw Griffiths, Friday night. The fireball is supposedly an electric arc caused by a lightning strike. Whatever the scientific explanation may be – it looks pretty cool on video.
Odakyu Electric train was struck by lightning while it was passing through the iron railway bridge on the Tama River in Noborito, just outside of Tokyo, Japan. No one was injured. The train stopped for 30 minutes and then slowly proceeded to the Izumi-Tamagawa Station where it was taken out of service.
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A high-speed camera captures a rare upward lightning in Rapid City, South Dakota.
A lightning bolt strikes a tree in the city of Kolpino, Russia.
A VERY LOUD lightning strike was caught on camera hitting the sea in The Bay of Kotor, in southwestern Montenegro.
A British man narrowly escaped death when a lightning bolt hit a tree, sending shards of wood into his car. Bernard Williams from Pudsey, West Yorkshire, had just left his vehicle to run into his house during a thunderstorm when the 10ft-long piece of wood came hurtling up his driveway.