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William Moseley: Struck By Lightning... Literally!

William Moseley: Struck By Lightning... Literally!

William Moseley had a frightening occurrence on the set of his new film The Silent Mountain recently – he was actually struck by lightning!

“Hi everyone, yeah I am fine. I was struck by lightning on the arm and am doing fine now. It was very traumatic. We just starting to film,” the 25-year-old Chronicles of Narnia actor tweeted. “It came through the roof and struck nine other crew members. I feel very lucky to be alive. I’ve learned a lot from this experience.”

“We have two weeks left of filming and I know it will be a great and productive time. The crew have been wonderful. I am looking forward to all of you seeing the film. I believe it will be very special. Thank you for all of you kind words,” William added.

We are glad you are okay, William!

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  • ColinG

    Good grief I dunno what I would do without my MO MO!

  • Sam

    WTF?!

  • oh my

    not a good story for me to hear as I am trying to overcome my fear of lightning- it went through the roof? so is no where safe now? eek. Seems like the world is coming to an end pretty quick- heating right up. strange times.

  • Kael

    he’s so lucky to be alive…
    what the hell is happening?
    there are a lot of people being struck by lightning this year… or at least this month…

  • lilian

    glad ur ok > <

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