Four people, including a pregnant woman, have been killed by a lightning strike on a Brazilian beach.
Four people, including a pregnant woman, have been killed by a lightning strike on a Brazilian beach.

At least four beachgoers in Brazil have died after being struck by lightning on the Sao Paulo coast.
Local media reported city firefighters saying that among the dead was a pregnant woman, her husband, her aunt and uncle.
Another
four people were injured when a violent storm suddenly hit Praia
Grande, near the port city of Santos, where the lightning strike
happened Monday.
Police in Santos didn’t know the condition of those injured.
Violent storms have ravaged southeast Brazil in recent days, with the metropolitan area of Sao Paulo being especially hit hard.
In
the early hours of Monday, a storm downed scores of trees across the
area of 20 million, wreaking havoc on transit after more than 100
stoplights malfunctioned.