Lightning is strongly suspected as the cause of a house fire in Fayette County, Kentucky. Four people in inside the home saw sparks shooting from the outlets. Fifty firefighters fought the blaze that completely engulfed the roof within minutes.
Lightning is the suspected cause of a fire at a 23,000 square foot house under construction in Jefferson County, Kentucky. The home, with an assessed valuation of $3.4 million, was a total loss.
A lightning strike caused light damage to a Lexington, Kentucky home during a storm. The lightning blew off some shingles and caused some insulation to smolder. Firefighters were called before the fire could get out of hand.
Lightning struck a home in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky blowing off part of the roof gable. Witnesses reported that debris flew 50 to 60 feet into the yard. No one was home at the time.
Louisville, Lexington and Bowling Green are just three of the cities in Kentucky 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.