Flashing lights are everywhere in the country, but there’s one place where they are not: at the zoo.
This is according to the FBI, which issued a report last month that revealed that one-third of all zoo visitors are struck by lightning in their lives.
This includes a total of 1,200 people who were struck by lighting at the Cleveland Zoo, according to its website.
So it’s no wonder that Cleveland Zoo is a place that’s constantly on fire.
Here’s the list of the top five most dangerous cities in the U.S. for lighting: *Flashing Lights: The Bronx Zoo in New York, New York (1,204) *Flashes at: the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio (1) *Flashlights: Miami Gardens Zoo in Florida, Florida (1)*Flashlights on a motorcycle: the Milwaukee County Zoo in Wisconsin, Wisconsin (2) *Flaming lights: the Cincinnati Zoo in Ohio, Ohio, (2)*Flamethrowers: the Chicago Zoo in Illinois, Illinois, (3) *Dangerous animals: the San Diego Zoo, California, (4) *Inspectors: the Atlanta Zoo in Georgia, Georgia (4)*Inspector: the Detroit Zoo, Michigan, (5) Flashing Lights at the Zoo: The New York Times (1), Cleveland Museum Of Art, Ohio(1)Flashing lights can happen at any time of the day, so the number of people who die is small, but the risk is still there.
This week the FBI released its report on the most common types of lighting, and the most deadly city in the world for lighting is the Bronx Zoo, where 1,204 people died from lightning between March 5 and 10.
The FBI reported that more than half of those people were struck in their homes, and 1,600 people died at the Cincinnati zoo, which is the second most dangerous zoo in the nation.
For context, the Cleveland zoo has an annual capacity of more than 6,000 people, and it’s one of the largest zoos in the United States.
If you’re interested in seeing the city’s most dangerous lighting, check out the video below, and let us know what you think in the comments section.
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