Back-to-back lightning strikes leave several dead in Colorado
Sunday, July 13, 2014 - 00:48
Lightning strikes on Friday and Saturday kill two and injure at least 15 in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. Nathan Frandino reports.
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A lightning show in Colorado turns deadly.
These are images from all around Denver, where just an hour and a half away, lightning struck twice in two days, killing two and injuring at least 15.
On Friday, lightning struck at the Ute Crossing Trail off Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park.
The strike killed a woman and injured seven others.
Then on Saturday, lightning struck in the Rainbow Curve area also along the Trail Ridge Road.
That strike killed one and injured at least eight others.
Trail Ridge is the nation's highest continuously paved road.
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