Bulgaria: Lightning causes three deaths in Sofia
Bulgaria: The turbulence in the weather created the lightning which struck Bulgaria’s capital Sofia on Tuesday. The emergency services told the local media that the massive lightning due to the poor weather caused the killing of three Syrian people who were taken shelter under a tree.
However, there were four people under the tree shelters, and the last one was in serious condition and rushed to the hospital. The spokesperson for the emergency services stated that the person was in serious condition.
The emergency services identified that the victims who had been killed were aged between 20 and 30 years old. The emergency officer stated that the victims were aged between 20 and 30 years old, she said.
Further, the fourth man was injured by lightning in a public garden. The garden was located west of the capital. At the same time, around 800 cloud-to-ground lightning bolts struck Sofia in less than an hour, according to the weather service.
The storm has created havoc across Bulgaria, and it also caused massive power cuts and flooding in some parts of the country. According to data from US health authorities, the probability of being struck by lightning is one in a million.
Due to climate change, the weather conditions witnessed enormous havoc across the globe. It caused Hurriaces in various parts of the world. The Caribbean region and the United States witnessed Hurricane FIONA firstly, and after that, it was Hurricane IAN.