White House Lightning Strike Survivor Reunites With Doctor Who Saved Her Life
A lightning strike survivor reunited with the doctor who saved her life. Massive lighting bolts were seen striking a tree in Lafayette Square right outside of the White House. Three people died in the incident, leaving 28-year-old Amber Escudero-Kontostathis the sole survivor. Dr. Alister Martin, an emergency room physician, was inside the park when the lightning struck. He and the other first responders saved Amber's life using CPR and a defibrillator.