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When a British man was climbing a mountain on Sunday, he suspected that he was using a self-portrait artifact in a thunderstorm, but was struck to death by the thunder.

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According to the British "Daily Telegraph" report, the 50-year-old climber climbed alone. Some climbers said that a self-portrait artifact was found next to the dead body. The firefighters suspected that there was a sudden thunder, and the deceased could not be prepared for selfies. Three other climbers were struck by lightning and died that day. Some senior climbers pointed out that the incident was rare.

Mountaineering safety expert Andy Luke said that before climbing the mountain, you should understand the weather conditions. If the weather forecasts thunderstorms, the trip should be cancelled. If a thunderstorm approaches when climbing, descend the mountain as soon as possible. If you are trapped on the top of a mountain, you should let go of the metal trekking pole, mobile phone or even the wire bust, keep a distance of 20 meters from it, and then sit on a backpack and use the backpack to insulate.

News compiled from "Daily Telegraph"

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