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Lightning killed threee on friday

Lightning killed threee on friday

Lightning killed a 58-year-old woman in Battambang province and two 10-year-old boys in Kampong Cham province during storms last Friday, officials said Sunday. Sun Heng, Battambang’s deputy governor, said more than 80 houses in Battambang were destroyed by the storm. He said the woman who died was sitting in her home when she was struck by lightning. The boys in Kampong Cham province were struck when they were collecting mangoes that had fallen during the storm, said Tak Cheat, the police chief in Kampong Siem district.

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