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Wednesday, 25 June 2014 08:00

Atlanta residents fortunate enough to stay alive after it was struck by lightning, threw him out of shoes that after the incident some time smoked. Sean O'Connor was working in his yard on Saturday under a clear sky, when suddenly I heard a clap of thunder. "I just picked up a rake when he heard a loud clap of thunder, - said O'Connor. - A few moments later I found myself on the ground. My mouth tasted of blood, and the leg was burning." Who was alone in the house the man realized what had happened only after got up and smelled the characteristic odor. "My hair was singed on his feet. I could smell singed hair" - leads his explanation, the British tabloid Mail Online. According to the man, looking around, he saw that his shoes are on the other side of the garden path, and one of them is smoking heavily. O'Connor was most surprised how his legs flew boots. According to the man, at this point he realized that he was struck by lightning. Immediately after the incident, O'Connor called his wife, and then took video and still steaming shoes your bloody tongue to prove that lightning hit him. Video is clear that a man disoriented and feels insecure. We entered the hospital doctors registered victim of cardiac arrhythmias. As doctors admitted they were amazed occurred. According to them, not so often lightning strikes people. According to statistics, it does not happen more than once of 700,000, while unable to survive after that is not very many. After keeping a man night under the supervision of doctors sent him home. "I'm incredibly lucky that I survived a lightning strike. I understand that it could end where sadder," - said O'Connor to reporters VIDEO:


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