A 35-year-old Florida roofer struck by lightning in late May was listed as a Coronavirus fatality.
An investigative report by Alachua Chronicle revealed several Covid-19 death certificates with multiple co-morbidities.
A 35-year-old male who was struck by lightning on May 28 and died from serious spinal cord and brain injuries on June 9 was listed as a Dade County death from Coronavirus:
“The decedent was working on the roof of a home in Middleburg on 5/28. It started to rain and the decedent and his coworkers stopped working. Bystanders in the neighborhood and the workers on the roof observed a flash of lighting and heard a loud explosion, and several workers were thrown off of the roof. […]
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