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Butler Co. condos badly damaged by lightning strike

BUTLER COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -

Three Liberty Township condos were struck by lightning as a series of storm rolled through the area Wednesday afternoon.

It happened around 4:00 at a subdivision on Lantana Drive, just off Butler-Warren Road.

First responders tell FOX19 three condos were hit, but only one was seriously damaged.

Even though some of the residents were home at the time of the strike, no one was hurt.

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