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How to Protect Yourself From a Lightning Strike

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How to Protect Yourself From a Lightning Strike

How to Protect Yourself From a Lightning Strike

How to Protect Yourself From a Lightning Strike

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Guests:

JAMES VAVREK Atomospheric Science Education Specialist Boardmember, The National Lightning Safety Institute

STEVE MARSHBURN Founder of the Lightning Strike and Electric Shock Survivors International, Inc.

MICHAEL UTLEY Was hit by lightning on a golf course in Cape Cod Massachusetts, May 8, 2000

PAUL WILLIAMS Was hit by lightning for the second time in his life, June 30, 2001

Did you know that for the past thirty years, lightning strikes have killed an average of 73 people a year? Claiming more lives than tornadoes, floods and hurricanes! What's the best way to protect yourself at home and play? Juan Williams talks with guests about one of nature's deadliest phenomonems, lightning.

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