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Two people are dead and two are injured following a lightning strike across the street from the White House Thursday night.

James Mueller, 76, and Donna Mueller, 75, have died from injuries following the lightning strike in Lafayette Park near the White House Thursday night, a DC Metropolitan Police spokesperson confirmed.

The couple was visiting from Wisconsin.

The condition of the other two people injured on Thursday was not immediately clear.

The victims were riding out the storm under a tree, according to a law enforcement source.

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A severe thunderstorm hit the DC region around 7 p.m. ET Thursday.

This story has been updated with additional information.

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Crime and Public Safety | Store clerk killed in botched Antioch robbery

ANTIOCH — A 36-year-old store clerk was shot and killed in Antioch in the early hours of Saturday morning in what police are calling a ‘botched robbery’.

The man, an employee at the gas station convenience store located on 2701 Contra Loma Blvd, was shot in the head after being held up at gunpoint, authorities said. The suspect is still at large.

According to Antioch police, the shooting was reported at 2:05am on Saturday by another employee at the store.

Several officers reported to the scene and found the man on the floor just inside the store’s entrance. They provided emergency first aid to the man but he succumbed to his injuries shortly after paramedics arrived.

“Officers at the scene were able to determine that the victim was an employee at the service station and was held up at gunpoint during what appears to be a botched robbery,” Antioch police said in a statement.

“The suspect(s) fled on foot and have not yet been located.”

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Detectives are currently interviewing witnesses in the area. “The investigation is still active, and evidence is being collected,” police said.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Antioch Police Department on (925) 778-2441.

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