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Lightning Kills Ten Children Playing Football

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Lightning Kills Ten Children Playing Football

Lightning Kills Ten Children Playing Football

Lightning Kills Ten Children Playing Football

A total of ten children have been killed by lightning in the north-western Uganda city of Arua. The dismal episode happened aafter the youngsters had taken shade in a hut during a heavy rainfall.

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The youngsters were playing football when a hefty rainfull left them no decision but to take a break in a nearby grass-thatched structure which was struck by lightning.

Nine youngsters, matured 13 to 15 lamentably were killed on the spot. Be that as it may, the tenth child kicked the bucket while being taken to the medical clinic. As indicated by reports, three survivors are responding to treatment at the local medical clinic.

Uganda’s north-western locale has been encountering serious rainfall combined with lightning storm. This is the most noticeably terrible mishap of its sort in Uganda since 2011, when 18 kids were executed at a school in the mid-western area.

That year, 28 individuals additionally passed on from lightning strikes in a solitary week. Destructive lightning is normally revealed in the East African nation during the wet seasons. Now and again, youngsters have been struck while in their study halls.

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