Argentina: Lightning strike kills soccer club's masseur

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January 12, 2011 04:04

 
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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina  — A masseur for Buenos Aires football club Racing died after being struck by lightning during a team practice session Tuesday.

The club identified the dead man as 61-year-old Cesar Nardi, who was a massage therapist and had been worked for the club for 10 years. Reporters at the training ground said he was struck while standing near a metal sprinkler. Defender Braian Lluy was also struck but escaped major injuries.

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