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    • sherese johnson

      An incredible eight bolts struck the Bay Bridge in San Francisco last night which was captured in this incredible shot by photographer Phil McGrew, who took the photo through the rain-soaked window of his apartment. Mr McGrew, 49, was shocked at the striking image which shows the split-second moment of electric forks hitting the span of the bridge

    • Megan Swoboda

      crazy lightning storm last night in the Bay (4/12/12) - someone got this awesome photo of lightning striking the Golden Gate Bridge

    • Badger Maps

      They say that lightning never strikes twice, but this amazing photo proves otherwise. An incredible eight bolts struck the Bay Bridge in San Francisco last night which was captured in this incredible shot by photographer Phil McGrew, who took the photo through the rain-soaked window of his apartment. | From Live& Work in #sanfrancisco, @BadgerMaps

    • Alison B.

      Wild lightning storm in San Francisco Bay Area, Thursday April 12, 2012 --photo by Phil McGrew of multiple lightning bolts hitting the Bay Bridge

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