Nova Scotia church catches fire during a thunderstorm.
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On Friday morning at around 8.40am local time, Nova Scotia RCMP received a call about a fire at Matthew’s United Church in Clyde River, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Firefighters were quickly deployed to the scene. A piece of the upper part of the church disintegrated and ended up in the middle of the road Highway 103.
According to witnesses the fire was caused by a thunder strike, but an investigation has been launched to investigate further.
More details to follow.