Southern California lightning strikes dead woman and two dogs – UNE News Express

Los Angeles:

On the morning of June 22, lightning and thunderstorms occurred in most of Southern California. A Pico Rivera woman and her two pet dogs have tragically died after being struck by lightning.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the woman was walking on the riverbed with her two dogs around 9 a.m. when she encountered lightning. Police say the chance of someone being struck by lightning is only one in a million.

Extreme weather phenomena such as lightning, thunderstorms, heavy rain and even hail occurred in most parts of Southern California that day. There are power outages and internet outages in many areas. Most areas such as Los Angeles County and Orange County were affected, and some beaches were closed.

Relevant sources warned that dry lightning should not be ignored, and it is even more dangerous and may cause fires.

According to the National Weather Service, the thunderstorm air mass that affected Southern California that day has moved toward Central California.

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