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Officials at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado say lightning killed two people, one on Friday and one on Saturday. ...
At least ten people were injured. (July 13)
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DURATION: 1:05-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:KMGH: COURTESY KMGH/THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM, EMBARGO DENVERRocky Mountain National Park, Colorado - 12 July, 20141. Various, mountain views at site of Saturday lightning strike2. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Mary Ivarson, Witness (transcript, below)3. SOUNDBITE (English) Man, Ivarson's son, Dan (last name not available) (Transcript Below)4. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Mary Ivarson, Witness (transcript, below)Estes Park, Colorado - 5. Various hospital exteriors6. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Dr. Martin Koschnitzke, Estes Park Medical Center(transcript below)KKTV: COURTESY KKTV, EMBARGO COLORADO SPRINGSColorado Springs, Colorado - 12 July, 20147. Various flooding in Colorado SpringsRESTRICTIONS SUMMARY:KMGH: COURTESY KMGH/THEDENVERCHANNEL.COM, EMBARGO DENVERKKTV: COURTESY KKTV, EMBARGO COLORADO SPRINGSVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TWO DAYS OF LIGHTNING STRIKES HAVE KILLED TWO PEOPLE AND HURT AT LEAST TEN AT ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK IN COLORADO.PARK OFFICIALS SAY FRIDAY'S STRIKE KILLED A WOMAN, AND SATURDAY'S KILLED A MAN.MARY IVARSON AND HER SON DAN SAY SATURDAY'S LIGHTNING STRIKE HIT JUST FEET FROM THEM.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Mary Ivarson, Witness "We didn't see the bolt, just a white flash."SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) No name available"it felt like something hit me in the head.. I lost my vision for a second."SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Mary Iverson, Witness "his t-shirt and stuff were burned from the lightning but we were justtrying to help him. We turned around and kinda assessed the situation andwent over to the man that went down and started doing CPR on him until helpcame."THE INJURED WENT TO A HOSPITAL IN NEARBY ESTES PARK, COLORADO.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Dr. Martin Koschnitzke, Estes Park Medical Center"Right now we are doing tests, looking for evidence of lightning type burns, injuries."THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAYS MORE ROUGH WEATHER IS FORECAST, INCLUDING THUNDERSTOMS AND POSSIBLE HAIL.ROADS WERE FLOODED IN THE COLORADO SPRINGS AREA OVER THE WEEKEND.ROBERT BUMSTED, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.