FORT MYERS, Fla. — A pregnant woman was taken to a hospital after being struck by lightning in Florida. According to a News-Press report, Fort Myers Police Lt. Jay Rodriguez said the woman was hospitalized after being struck by lightning Thursday afternoon on a street in a gated community. The woman’s name was not released....
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