According to BBC News, a walker in the Scottish Mamore mountains yesterday was struck by lightning and sadly died of her injuries. These incidents are rare, but activators sitting on mountain summits with copper aerials in the sky should take heed. It is easy to dismiss this risk as, “It is so rare, it cannot happen to me”. The risk of lightening is ever present and is not always included in the weather forecast. So if the signs, such as, rumbles of thunder, fizzing aerial plugs or static noise on the radio are experienced, get the hell off the hill.