Lightning ignites Dunedin condo fire, displacing residents and injuring two firefighters (FL)

Lightning sparked a fire Monday at a condominium complex, leaving some residents displaced and two firefighters with minor injuries.  According to Dunedin Fire Chief Jeffrey Parks, the fire at the Country Lakes condo complex, 330 Promenade Drive, started about 12:45 p.m. in the attic when a lightning strike either hit a tree and jumped to the roof or hit the roof directly.    Read the article…………..

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