Florida Man Survives Lightning Strike, Spider & Snake Bites

Florida Man Survives Lightning Strike, Spider & Snake Bites

Florida Man Survives Lightning Strike, Spider & Snake Bites

Lightning, a spider and a snake. A central Florida man is proving to be a real survivor.

In the last 4 years, Kyle Cook, 31 anni, has been struck by lightning, bitten by a venomous spider and most recently attacked by an Eastern diamondback rattlesnake in his backyard in Lakeland, Florida

His father, Mike Cook, calls his son “a walking Murphy’s law.”

The younger Cook was almost finished mowing the yard at his family’s home on 11 August when he heard a loud rattling sound. He saw the 5-ft rattlesnake about 3 feet away. As he moved back, he stepped on a stick. He says the noise provoked the snake, which struck him.

 

The Ledger reports the fang marks are still visible 2 weeks later on Mike Cook’s right ankle, he survived the deadly rattlesnake bite.

Have a terrific weekend.

 

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