World Bulletin / News Desk
At least 16 people were killed and dozens more injured after lightning struck a Seventh-Day Adventist church in Rwanda, a local official said Sunday.
Two others died later from their injuries, he said.
He added that 140 people involved in the incident had been rushed to hospital and district health centres, but that many had already been discharged.
"Doctors say that only three of them are in critical condition but they are getting better," he said.
According to the mayor, a similar accident took place on Friday when lightning struck a group of 18 students, killing one of them
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