Three adults were sincerely harmed including a referee, who was strike directly and was rushed to sanatorium by helicopter, DPA news group reported.
Witnesses to a lightning strike pronounced it came out of a blue.
“There was no sleet and a sky wasn’t dark,” a military orator told DPA.
Thirty children aged between 9 and 11 were easily harmed and were taken to sanatorium for tests, along with 5 adults.
Weather authorities in Germany had released charge alerts for a country’s west and south on Saturday.
Storm Elvira had already strike a west on Friday, bringing torrential sleet and accost and flooding roads in some areas.
In Rhineland-Palatinate, a state where Hoppstädten is located, bad continue caused a sight to derail on Friday, though there were no injuries.
Article source: http://www.thelocal.de/20160529/dozens-hit-by-lightning-in-west-germany