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Miami airport worker takes amazing lightning picture

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MIAMI (WHDH) - A worker at Miami International Airport captured an amazing picture as a storm passed through South Florida Thursday.

It shows a lightning bolt hitting the airport, while one plane is taking off and another is on the tarmac.

The storm forced close to 50 flights to divert from Miami to other airports.
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