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Lightning Safety Lightning is often the biggest weather killer in the US each severe weather seasob,Still image:
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Keywords:   Weather Explanations, Lightning protection, Lightning damage, Thunderstorm, Lightning (other), Lightning
Asset ID: 5356
Title: Lightning Safety
Concept: Lightning is often the biggest weather killer in the US each severe weather seasob,
Detail: No one really knows for sure how exactly many people are killed in the US by lightning each year. As many as 50-100 people are reported killed, but the statistics may be misleading. People killed in house fires, forest fires and accidents caused by lightning are not always included in official statistics as lightning related deaths. Before a change in reporting procedures in the 1950's, 300 to 400 Americans died annually from lightning. There is no reason to suspect that this number has declined that dramatically. Each year over 220,000 house fires are attributed to lightning strikes (12% of the total of all fires reported in the United States). Property damage is likely well in excess of $1 billion. In many years, lightning deaths exceed those of floods and hurricanes combined. Some estimates suggest the global lightning death toll at over 10,000.

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