Only one person survived a lightning strike that hit four people in Washington, D.C. on Thursday. The bolt hit a tree in Lafayette Park near the White House and then electrocuted four people standing underneath. How did this happen? And what can we do to prevent this? We talk to meteorologist with National Lightning Safety Council Chris Vagasky about how we should think about lightning safety.
Understanding lightning after deadly DC strike
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