August 13, 2022


White House vulnerable to climate change?

The American building in which President Joe Biden lives is known to the world as the White House. But these days the White House is in danger due to climate change in America. According to reports, three people died near the White House, the safest place in the world, due to lightning falling from the sky.

White House vulnerable to climate change?

White House vulnerable to climate change?

The American building in which President Joe Biden lives is known to the world as the White House. But these days the White House is in danger due to climate change in America. According to reports, three people died near the White House, the safest place in the world, due to lightning falling from the sky.

Scientists worried

Scientists worried

Scientists have expressed deep concern over this incident. Scientists concluded that America is facing these natural disasters due to global warming. According to information, this incident happened when a couple came to celebrate their wedding anniversary in Park Lafayette Square, located near the White House, along with their family. The incident is being reported at 7 pm on Thursday.

Impact of climate change

Impact of climate change

Scientists say the risk of being affected by climate change has increased after three people were killed and another in critical condition near the White House.

All three died in hospital

All three died in hospital

Several people were seriously injured after lightning struck Lafayette Park outside the White House complex on Thursday, according to the Columbia Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services. All of them were admitted to the hospital. But three of them died.

The White House mourns

The White House mourns

A White House spokesman said the Biden administration expressed its deepest condolences to those who lost their lives. “We are praying for those who are still fighting for their lives,” press secretary Karin Jean-Pierre said in a statement.

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