77 Cadets Treated After Lightning Strike At Camp Shelby
HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Seventy-seven Air Force cadets were being treated Wednesday for injuries related to a lightning strike at Camp Shelby, military officials said.The military service members were taken to hospitals in the Hattiesburg area for medical evaluation, military officials said.The 77 cadets were in the area of the lightning strike about 2 p.m. Four of them were closer to the strike, but everyone was responsive and in stable condition, officials said. Army National Guard Maj. Deidre Musgrave said reserve cadets from around the country were at the base for a two-week training stint.
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