Lightning Sparks House Fires In Several Massachusetts Towns

 Monday, July 9, 2018

 NBC Boston

Lightning strikes sparked house fires in several Massachusetts communities on Friday afternoon as storms rolled through the region. House fires at 36 Rosemont Road in Weymouth, at 63 East Shore Road in Holbrook and a home on Edgewood Park in Norwell were all caused by lightning, according to authorities. A fire at 48 Radcliffe Road in Wellesley was believed to have been caused by lightning, as well. All of the fires were reported between noon and 1 p.m. Holbrook resident Anthony Balbuena told NBC10 Boston he knew something happened after hearing a "big huge bang," and then ran outside to find his neighbor’s shed on fire after lightning struck a tree nearby.
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