A home in Lafayette, Indiana was reportedly struck by lightning. The family was not at home at the time and the dog inside the home was rescued by firefighters. No one was injured but the resulting fire rendered the home unlivable. The homeowner is a retired firefighter.
A family of four barely escaped the 5 a.m. fire in McCordsville, Indiana after a massive lightning bolt struck their home. Several windows were shattered and fire ripped through the entire second story of the home. The family's 6 year old daughter wanted to sleep downstairs on the couch which most likely saved her life, since her room was on fire and the entire ceiling collapsed. Everyone escaped the fire to safety.
A two story home in Carmel, Indiana went up in flames following a lightning strike during a storm. Firefighters from 3 departments battled the blaze which rendered the home a total loss. It is reported that at least 30 lightning bolts struck the ground during this storm in Carmel.
A homeowner was killed and a baby injured following a lightning strike to a home in Gary, Indiana. The early morning storm and lightning strike caused a fire that destroyed approximately 50 percent of the home.
Gary, South Bend, Merrillville, Fort Wayne and Indianapolis are just a few of the cities in Indiana where we have installed lightning protection equipment.
The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Fort Wayne, Indiana is protected with a complete protection system installed by the professionals at Tri-State Lightning Protection.