New York City lightning strike, demonstrators remember Philando Castile, and a baby koala round out this week's best images.
Lubbock, Texas - perhaps best known for native son Buddy Holly and as the home of Texas Tech - is one vote away from becoming the first American city to require an upgraded natural gas tubing, as fire marshals and other officials evaluate requiring higher performance levels for the corrugated stainless steel tubing (CSST) that brings fuel gas into millions of homes.
Sparky was scorched across his hump and leg.
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In the woes of our perpetual energy crisis, have you ever been in the middle of a thunderstorm and thought why not just capture lightning? That's a lot of power right there.
O'Neil says that his community is united to make the change to LC1027-rated CSST. Meanwhile Guthrie, with 35 years of experience
Thunder shook New York City on Tuesday evening, and one talented photographer managed to catch the spectacular moment when
Sean O'Connor is one lucky man. The Atlanta-area resident was wearing steel-toed shoes and working in his yard Saturday when he was struck by a bolt of lightning. The lightning strike sent O'Connor flying -- right out of his boots, WSB-TV reports.