Children and teachers rushed to hospital after LIGHTNING struck their school during dangerous supercell storm
Thirteen children and two teachers have rushed to hospital after a lightning strike from a dangerous supercell storm.
Emergency services went to Harvey Road in Clinton near Gladstone in central Queensland after 1.30pm after the damaging storm tore through the region.
A Queensland Ambulance spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia the group were suffering tingling symptoms after a lightning strike landed near by.
They were all taken to Gladstone Hospital in a stable condition.
More to come.