If you can hear thunder, you can get hit by lightning. Take shelter immediately. If you cannot find a sturdy, fully enclosed building with wiring and plumbing, get into a metal-roofed vehicle. Stay inside for 30 minutes after the last rumble of thunder.

Direct strikes are responsible for only 5% of lightning-related deaths and injuries. Two other types of hazardous phenomena are caused by lightning. Ground current and side flash account for 60 to 80% of lightning-related injuries and deaths. A ground current is set up when lightning hits the ground, spreads out and sends a current through a victim. Side splash occurs when lightning hits a tall object, travels partly down the object and then jumps to a nearby victim.

Lightning Safety and Preparedness Fact Sheet

link to- https://www.baseballontario.com/filestore/htmleditattachedfiles/com-1524-lightning-factsheet_04_e2015-07-27t08-48-42v001_by_292.pdf

Video: Lightning Safety on the Field Video

Link to- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtgVBPXuUac

Lightning Safety Map:

Link to- https://weather.gc.ca/lightning/index_e.html