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Meigs church burned by lightning

Lightning burned a church Thursday night (Source: WALB) Lightning burned a church Thursday night (Source: WALB)
The church is now without a steeple (Source: WALB) The church is now without a steeple (Source: WALB)
The thunderstorm happened in Thomas County (Source: WALB) The thunderstorm happened in Thomas County (Source: WALB)
No one was in the church when the lightning struck (Source: WALB) No one was in the church when the lightning struck (Source: WALB)
MEIGS, GA (WALB) -

A lightning strike damaged a Thomas County church.

Midway Baptist Church in Meigs is currently without a steeple.

A lightning strike just after 7 p.m. Thursday caused a fire that damaged part of the roof.

No one was in the church at the time.

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