James Mueller Obituary-Death News: Janesville man and his wife Donna Mueller killed by lightning

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James Mueller Obituary: The lightning strike that occurred across the street from the White House on Thursday night resulted in the death of a couple from Wisconsin and injured two other people.

According to a spokeswoman for the DC Metropolitan Police Department, James Mueller, 76, and Donna Mueller, 75, both of Janesville, Wisconsin, both away as a result of injuries sustained after being struck by lightning in Lafayette Park close to the White House on Thursday night.

According to the police department, the conditions of the two additional victims, a male and a woman, were extremely serious. They are still being treated in the hospital for injuries that pose a threat to their lives. It took some time before their identities were made public.

James and Donna Mueller Obituary

Lightning has been blamed for the deaths of two women who were visiting a park near the White House on Thursday night. Both victims were from Janesville. James Mueller, age 76, passed away last night, and his wife Donna Mueller, age 75, died early on Friday morning, according to a representative for the police department in Washington, District of Columbia.

According to the reports of the police, the conditions of two additional people who were struck by lightning at the same time as the victim are still considered to be life-threatening. Their identities have not been made public at this time.

At approximately 7 o’clock on Thursday evening, D.C. Fire and Emergency Services reported that four people had been struck by lightning while they were in Lafayette Park. Lafayette Park is the park that is located directly behind the White House.

According to the officials, agents from the Secret Service and the United States Park Police saw the lightning hit and hurried over to provide first aid after witnessing it. As emergency personnel continued to work Thursday evening at the location of the incident, a section of the park remained closed for more than an hour.