Lightning Strikes Spark House Fires Across North Texas Investigators believe lightning is likely to blame for a fire that heavily damaged a new home in McKinney early Sunday.
Lightning Strikes Lead To 2 House Fires in Grand PrairieFirefighters were about a mile away at another fire caused by a lightning strike when the second one happened.
Storms Push Across South, Damaging Buildings, Cutting PowerThe storm system that moved from Texas across the South left a trail of damage reported in at least 28 Mississippi counties, 15 Louisiana parishes and 15 Texas counties.
Damage Revealed From Lightning Strike At Texas Motor SpeedwayIt happened around 6:10 p.m. last Thursday in the backstretch of the road course according to TMS.
Lightning Strike Believed To Have Caused Plano FireFirefighters in Plano are busy battling a blaze at a condominium four-plex, after a line of thunderstorms moved across North Texas.
Several Overnight Fires Blamed On Lightning Strikes Heavy lightning is most likely responsible for several house fires in North Texas overnight.
Investigators Blame Lightning For 2 Frisco House FiresFire investigators in the city of Frisco are blaming lightning for two overnight house fires. The blazes were sparked less than seven minutes apart and caused more than $1,000,000 in estimated damage.
Lightning Strike Causes Fire At Saginaw HomeFirefighters had to break through wood and brick to get to the fire.
Lightning Strike Likely Cause Of Rowlett House FireFirefighters say a probable lightning strike set a home on fire on Aberdeen Road near Princeton Road around 5:00am Wednesday.
Investigators Trying To Determine If Lightning Caused Dallas House FireFirefighters were able to tap out the flames, but the investigation into an early morning house fire is just beginning. The question – did a lightning strike spark the overnight Dallas blaze?
Lightning Strike Blamed For Fire That Destroyed Irving ApartmentsNo one was hurt in the fire but everyone’s belonging burned.
Denton Gas Well Burns After Lightning StrikeA gas well exploded and burned after an apparent lightning strike during severe weather that moved through north Texas Thursday evening.

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