Lightning strikes killed 32 people, including nine children, during weekend storms in India
Lightning strikes in the eastern Indian states of Bihar and Jharkhand
Death toll across the weekend is extremely unusual
Lightning strikes during June-October monsoon season are common
By Daily Mail Reporter
Published: 05:43 EST, 7 October 2013 | Updated: 09:15 EST, 7 October 2013
Lightning strikes killed 32 people, including nine children, during storms at the weekend in India.
It is not rare for lightning to strike someone when it is monsoon season, but that the sheer number of the death toll is extremely rare.
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