An electrical fire is an electrical fire caused by lightning or a fire extinguisher.
Lightning strikes cause electrical fires and they are more dangerous because they can cause injuries or death.
They also cause more damage, because lightning strikes can hit more quickly.
When lightning strikes, it can cause electrical circuits to fail, and electricity can’t flow.
Lightning can also cause a fire, but this is usually much less dangerous.
It can also happen when a lightning storm occurs, when a storm surge moves water from a storm drain or when a person is hit by lightning while walking.
A lightning strike is when lightning strikes while an electrical circuit is open, causing the circuit to go down or to burst.
An electrical break in a circuit is an abrupt failure of the electrical current, usually in the same place where it was established.
When a circuit breaks, it’s called an electrical short.
A spark can ignite a spark, which is a fire.
Sparking can ignite electrical circuits and can also create electrical fires, and sparks can also ignite a fire if they touch a person.
In a fire with sparks, a person can be burned to death or seriously injured.
The most dangerous form of lightning is lightning strikes on buildings, where electricity can travel up walls, causing fires.
A person can also be burned in a fire when sparks are released by a lightning bolt.
When you hear about lightning, think of lightning as a spark that sparks.
It’s a lightning lightning, but it’s a lot more dangerous.
A fire is when an electrical current flows through an electrical wire, causing an electrical discharge.
The current is connected to a person or something that’s nearby, and the discharge is what causes the fire.
When the electrical circuit breaks or an electrical breaker is opened, the discharge can be stopped, and that’s when the fire is extinguished.