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Andrew Richards remembers that he had just sat down in front of the TV when the lightning bolt struck. "It was almost like it went through my ear because I could hear it. It was kind of like, 'fwomp,' right through my head," he says.
Stunned and disoriented, Richards tried to get up, he says, but spasms rumbled through his torso and his back; his muscles kept clenching and relaxing. He doesn't recall falling. "It was almost like a little piece of time was missing, almost like a record skipped ahead a little bit," he says, "like I was sitting on my couch and time had moved forward and I was on the floor."