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Groom-To-Be Killed By Lightning While Posing For Photoshoot With His Fiancée

Kwabena Sowee 1 month ago 0

One really shocking story that will come as a shock to many is that a prospective groom was assassinated in China.

The man was posing for engagement pictures at a well-known tourist destination when he was struck by lightning, which caused his death.

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At China’s Jade Dragon Snow Mountain in the Yunnan province, a tragedy occurred on Wednesday.

The man, identified by the local media as Ruan, was struck by lightning while posing for wedding photos with his fiancée at the well-liked scenic location Spruce Meadow.

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After being taken to the hospital, he was declared dead, according to the South China Morning Post.

About thirty minutes before the lightning struck, the local weather bureau had issued a thunder and lightning yellow alert, the third highest of China’s four warning levels.

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The couple chose to proceed with their scheduled photo shoot in spite of the approaching storms.

Those beside the victim did not sustain any injuries.

Images from the rescue operation showed the man being carried in the pouring rain on a stretcher.

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