SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – A worker at the San Francisco International Airport was nearly struck by lightning Monday night.
The worker who tows aircrafts was driving when the lightning struck near him, according to SFO manager on-duty Brian Horne.
Officials tell KRON4 that he has not sustained serious injuries and he hasn’t been taken to a hospital.
On Twitter, people at SFO reported plane delays due to the incident.
Thunderstorms swept the Bay Area Monday night bringing more than 800 lightning strikes to the region.
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