Shocking photographs and videos of lightning show full extent of Friday mornings

first_img The storm may irritating for commuters, but the lightning was really beautiful. There’s a pretty spectacular lightning storm making its way through Bournemouth at the moment. pic.twitter.com/V7cJRUazoj— Enigmatic Engineer (@MechEngDad) September 16, 2016  Look at that sky!  People all over the country were woken up by it Managed to catch a lightening strike after numerous failed attempts. #Thunderstorms #Lightning pic.twitter.com/5rsI8aH7vs— Saud Ahmed (@saudi89) September 16, 2016 Lightning in Bournemouth this morning. @DailyMirror @DailyMailUK @Telegraph @TheSun @Daily_Express #lightning #storm pic.twitter.com/lrAvEpu3bq— Ed (@EH_Photography1) September 16, 2016 Lightning’s great, not keen on thunder like & it’s still rolling on like indigestion #Newcastle #thunderstorms pic.twitter.com/QyOM1zPl83— Sharonnewcastle (@Curlawurl) September 16, 2016 Lightning lit up the skies, marking the end of Summer, on Thursday night and into Friday morning.People all over the country took photographs and videos of the lightning which woke them up.The storms have caused chaos across the UK, including a train being derailed near Watford Junction station after striking a landslip caused by torrential rain.A man was treated for a neck injury and a woman treated for chest pains after the 6.19 London Midland service from Milton Keynes to London Euston came off the track at around 7am.This incident delayed trains going to and from London as commuters tried to get to work.However, before people started trying to commute, many were delighted by the way the lightning lit up the sky.Strikes made the angry sky look purple in Sloughcenter_img  The lightning was pictured through many rainy windows  An interestingly-shaped lightning bolt  Here’s a very clear and beautiful photograph from Bournemouth   This street was disrupted by a big bolt Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.  The sky was lit right up in Newcastle during multiple lightning strikeslast_img

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