Stamford home struck by lightning

A Stamford family is thankful to be alive today after its home was struck by lightning yesterday.The Arvoy family says five people were inside the

STAMFORD - A Stamford family is thankful to be alive today after its home was struck by lightning yesterday.

The Arvoy family says five people were inside the home on Lancer Drive when a lightning bolt struck and sparked a fire.

Fire officials say the house is safe enough to live in, though power has been turned off and there is smoke and water damage.

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