In this episode, we take a look at what areas are safe to watch a thunderstorm from. A question was asked about the safety of watching lightning from under a porch attached to a house. They wondered if it was grounded just like the porch. After researching a bit, I found that it is no more safe than being in a tent, a shed, or under a tree. Take a look at this vlog and find out why it’s not safe to be outside when you hear the roar of thunder.
In this episode Roy takes a look at the dangers of thunderstorms and lightning). And where there’s thunder, there’s lightning. There was a report of a lightning striking a tree next to a home in Park Township destroyed electrical equipment and appliances in the home and caused minor injuries to a child who suffered mouth burns from her braces. Twenty-four head of cattle were struck and killed by lightning while standing under a tree. Lightning in West plains also caused power outages and one minor fire to a roof. A person talking on a cordless telephone in the living room of her house was slightly injured by a lightning strike. A 29-year old man and a 14-year old child were struck by lightning at a rodeo in Lawrence Township and hospitalized. Two horses were also struck and killed by lightning. A 34-year old little league coach was killed by a lightning strike while on the field. If you’ve ever wondered what the potential danger is regarding lightning strikes you wont want to miss this episode of RoyOnRescue and become more familiar with the dangers of lightning and how to protect yourself and survive.
The 26th Episode of iRescueRadio is jam packed with many topics, starting with ProFirstAid’s appearance on The Doctors. The hot topic is an airplane crash with a line-by-line transcript of the plane crash.
The top medical news for this week is about a woman that had microbes eating the fatty tissue inside of her.
This is followed by a conversation about the removal of a 95 pound tumor from a man. After that is a discussion about a towel that was removed from a man’s body after 25 years.
What the heck would you do, this week, is about lightning strikes.