The sole survivor of the lightning strike in Washington, D.C., that killed three people near the White House is speaking out for the first time.
The 28-year-old woman was in Lafayette Square on her birthday, when the lightning struck her and others during a thunderstorm on Aug. 4. Four victims, including Amber Escudero-Kontostathis, suffered critical injuries and were taken to area hospitals.
Donna Mueller, 75, and James Mueller, 76, a couple from Janesville, Wisconsin, and Brooks Lambertson, 29, a Los Angeles bank employee, were identified among the dead, according to authorities.
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