Lightning Strikes Twice?

By: Candice Sorensen Email
By: Candice Sorensen Email

(AP) HAMLIN, Pa. -- Lightning can strike twice. Just ask Don Frick.
Frick, 68, said he survived his second lightning strike Friday -- 27 years to the day of his first -- and emerged a bit shaken with only a burned zipper and a hole in the back of his jeans.

''I'm lucky I'm alive,'' Frick said Sunday night.

Frick was attending Hamlin's Ole Tyme Daz festival Friday when lightning struck the ground near a shed he was in. The strike sent a shock through Frick and four others.


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