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18 May, 2017 05:16:37 PM
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Lightning strike kills school teacher in Rajshahi

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Lightning strike kills school teacher in Rajshahi

A high school teacher was killed by a lightning strike in Muktarpur Dofadarpara village of Charghat upazila on Wednesday night.

Nibaran Chandra Barman, officer-in-charge of Charghat Police Station, said Liakat Hossain, 55, a teacher of Muktarpur High School, fainted at the verandah of his house when lightning strike at the time of nor'wester around 7:45pm.

Family members rushed him to Upazila Health Complex where on-duty physician declared him dead on arrival.

Meanwhile, Bibhash Sarama, a physician of the hospital, said there was no evidence of lightning strike in his body, adding that he may have died of cardiac arrest at the sound of the thunderbolt.unb.

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