‘When thunder roars, go indoors,’ agencies warn
When summer thunderstorms strike, the best way to stay out of danger is to plan ahead, local officials said.
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service are warning that “when thunder roars, go indoors,” as part of national Lightning Safety Awareness Week.
In the past 30 years, lightning has killed an average of 55 people annually in the U.S. and injures about 1,000, according to National Weather Service data.
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