Source Pravda.Ru

Oklahoman survives forth hit by lightening

Oklahoma general laborer Carl Mize, who suffers from a serious heart condition, was hit by the lightening while working at the University of Oklahoma campus.

When the storms approaching, the unlucky man's co-worker, who knew Mize had been hit by bolts three times in the past, reportedly backed away from the unlucky man, saying: "I'm getting away from you."

Soon after the storm started, a bolt struck Mize leaving the hapless man hospitalised. Mize's heart condition was worsened and his toes went numb but apart from that he was fine, FemaleFirst.co.uk reports.

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