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Two Florida boys killed when lightning bolt strikes rowboat

A bizarre event involving a lightning strike that overturned their rowing boat resulted in the deaths of TWO youngsters.

The day after the tragic tragedy in Orlando, Florida, one boy’s body was recovered from the sea, while the second boy later passed away in a hospital from his injuries on his 12th birthday. Today, the two boys’ real names were made public.

Gavin was missing for 24 hours before his body was found in Lake Fairview
Gavin was missing for 24 hours before his body was found in Lake Fairview

 

The day following the incident, the body of thirteen-year-old Gavin Christman was recovered from the river.

Twelve-year-old Langston Rodriguez-Sane was hospitalised for two weeks before he passed away from his wounds.

Gavin Christman, 13, was declared dead after going missing for a day in the freak accident.
Gavin Christman, 13, was declared dead after going missing for a day in the freak accident.

A GoFundMe page claims that on September 15, lightning struck a young crew of rowers exercising on Lake Fairview near Orlando, Florida, causing the boat to capsize.

Langston Rodriguez-Sane clung to life for two weeks before succumbing to his injuries on his 12th birthday.
Langston Rodriguez-Sane clung to life for two weeks before succumbing to his injuries on his 12th birthday.

According to the authorities, there were five middle schoolers on the boat; three of them were treated and safely returned to their families, while Langston Rodriguez-Sane, 12, was hospitalised and is in critical condition, and Gavin Christman, 13, has been missing for a day.

After 24 hours, Gavin was discovered to be dead, but Langston struggled for two weeks before finally succumbing to his wounds.

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