Lightning Doesn’t Always Hit the Tallest Point — Empire State Building, New York City

The Empire State building was hit by a bolt of lightning during a severe storm that soaked the city.

Lightning struck the Empire State Building at about the 70th floor. Lightning hits the famous New York City skyscraper about 24 times per year.

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