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illustration of lightning striking ship

H.M. Ship SURINAM struck by lightning Lightning "struck the mainmast and split
it in pieces" Two men were killed and four injured. The ship was in grave danger
of drifting onto a lee shore. In: "The Thunder-Storm", Charles Thomlinson,
F.R.S., 1877, p. 174

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