June 3, 2021

Medics Evaluate 15 After Lightning Strike A Suburban Cabin

TRAFALGAR, Ind. (AP) — Medics evaluated about 15 children and took two to a hospital as a precaution Thursday after lightning struck a south suburban Indianapolis cabin, authorities said.

None of the injuries appeared serious. Several children and adults reported minor pain from being shocked, Johnson County deputies said.

The lightning struck a wooden cabin at the FFA Indiana Leadership Center in Trafalgar during a severe thunderstorm.

There was no damage to any of the buildings at the FFA center, said Joe Ramey, the center’s executive director.

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