Wednesday's storms resulted in the death of a man at a golf course in Burlington County after he was reportedly struck by lightning.

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The incident happened just before 4 p.m., according to 6abc.com, at Burlington County Club, located on Burrs Rd. in Westampton.

NBC Philadelphia reports the man died from injuries he sustained in the lightning strike.

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Further details are scarce at the moment. There's no word on the age of the victim, or whether he was a patron or employee of the golf course.

And, this may not have been the only serious weather incident of the day. Check out a tweet below from 6abc Meteorologist Adam Joseph.


SOURCES: 6abcAdamJoseph/Twitter6abc.comnbcphiladelphia.com

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