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New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Mary Ann Cooper
Lightning strikes can occur even if a storm is many miles away, so lightning-safety experts have been pushing the slogan "When thunder roars, go indoors," said Dr. Cooper.
"It's going to hit where it's going to hit, but once it contacts metal, the metal conducts the electricity," said Dr. Mary Ann Cooper of the American College of Emergency Physicians and an emergency-room doctor at University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago.