Courtesy of Sploid: "Norefjell [a mountain range in Norway] 2014-01-05. A quiet skiing, suddenly something happens 50 feet from the trail. Power line at 132 kV corresponding EB-line. The estimate lasted at least five minute." I prefer mine.
Huey Griffiths captured this video of a giant electrical fireball that was caused by a lightning storm in Montreal. 350,000 citizens of Quebec were left without power due to the storm that included winds of up to 100 kilometers per hour.
WARNING:: Some profanity is included in this video.
Watch this footage of a Tokyo commuter train taking a direct hit of lightning while crossing a railway bridge. According to the Telegraph, the carriages briefly lost power as a result of the strike, but no one was injured and the service resumed within 10 minutes.
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