Monday, March 21, 2016

EXTREME WEATHER: More Signs Of Increasing Magnetic Polar Migration - Lightning Bolt Kills Woman In Lafourche Parish, Louisiana, United States And Lightning Bolt Kills 3 Farmers In Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh!


March 21, 2016 - EARTH - Here are two recent reports of deadly lightning strikes.

Lightning bolt kills 3 farmers in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Three farmers were killed as lightning had struck them in Matarbari of Moheshkhali upazila of the district.

The lightning struck them around 9:00am on Tuesday (March 22) while they were working at a salt field in the area.

One of deceased has been identified as Habib Ullah while the names of over victims could be known till filing the report.

Moheshkhali Thana officer-in-charge (OC) Didarul Ferdous confirmed the matter to banglanews. - Bangla News 24.


Lightning bolt kills woman in Lafourche Parish, Louisiana


The National Weather Service is reporting the nation's first lightning death of this year happened at the T-Bois Blues outdoor music festival. 28-year-old Jacqui Stavis was killed. The Lafourche Parish sheriff's office says severe weather moved in Friday night.

Jacqui, two other women (ages 24 and 30) and a dog took cover in their small tent. There was a lightning strike. Jacqui was found unresponsive. The other two women had electric shock injuries. The large Labrador died.

Jacqui died Saturday at the LaFourche Parish Hospital. The 30-year-old was also taken to that hospital. The 24-year-old went to "university medical center" in New Orleans. Friends and family of Jacqui are mourning. Her cousin told us Jacqui moved to New Orleans a few years ago with her boyfriend of several years. They loved and embraced New Orleans and had many friends, saying:


28-year-old Jacqui Stavis was killed

"Jacqui brought peace and happiness to everyone that she touched. She was a wonderful massage therapist. She brought good humor and demanded good tunes at every juncture in life," said Erik Yingling, Jacqui's cousin.

Jacqui worked as a massage therapist at Riverside Day Spa and Salon in the French Quarter. Her boss told us she will be deeply missed.

"I just saw her like 3 or 4 days ago — and - and oh my gosh, I can't believe it. I was feeling really sad the whole night last night and this morning I am like I 'm going to miss - I 'm going to miss her coming in," said Hoa Chau, the owner of Riverside Day Spa & Salon.

A vigil for Jacqui in New Orleans is still being organized. - WGNO.





 

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