Chances of Being Struck by Lightning?

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The chances of being struck by lighting once in a given year are around 1 in 700,000 and the chances of being struck in your lifetime are 1 in 3,000. Lightning can kill people or cause cardiac arrest and the injuries range from severe burns and enduring brain damage to memory loss, and character change.
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According to the National Weather Service website, weather.gov: The odds of a single individual being struck by lightning in any given year are 1 in 775,000 The odds of an individual
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According to the US Government's National Weather Service (NWS) website: The odds of being struck by lightening in a given year (based on reported deaths and injuries) is: 1/750,000
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Your chances of being struck by lightning are estimated to be 1 in 600,000 but those chances can be reduced by following safety rules.
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