Man Survives 4th Lightning Strike

Posted on September 5, 2005 

Man Survives 4th Lightning Strike

Man Survives 4th Lightning Strike

According to the National Weather Service, the odds of getting struck by lightning are one in 700,000. But for Carl Mize, the odds are much greater.

Mize, a University of Oklahoma physical plant worker, has been struck four times, most recently earlier this month. And while lightning injuries can be serious and even fatal, Mize has suffered relatively minor injuries.

“I have a hole in my tennis shoe,” the 45-year-old, Mize, told The Early Show co-anchor Rene Syler of his latest strike.

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