Two surfers carrying their play are silhouetted opposite a nightfall during Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia.
(AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati, File)
A singular lightning strike in Bali now killed dual surfers on their boards, authorities in Indonesia say. Belgian-born former soccer pro Denis Dasoul was killed along with his surfing instructor during Batu Bolong beach in Canggu on Sunday when a shaft of lightning strike as they were finishing a training session, 9 News reports.
Witnesses contend a men, who had been sitting adult on their boards, fell into a H2O after a lightning strike, that incited tools of their bodies blue, apparently from bruising.
The Mirror describes a day as gray and drizzly, though reports a shaft was an astonishing one. Police contend both group were “dead on a spot.” Dasoul, who played for soccer clubs in Belgium, Austria, and Italy during his pro career, had been vital in Melbourne, Australia, and operative as a plan manager given 2011.
“Denis was a miraculous chairman who lived each day like it was a last,” says a friend, publisher Pascal Scime, per a Herald Sun. “He was always smiling and joking. A really good guy. He was in Bali for holidays with his girlfriend.” The beach is described online as one of a best places to learn to roller in Bali.
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