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    Driving with her husband, Cynthia Londo had her phone out to catch lightning flashes on Monday night, but instead filmed a road sign the contained an anti-Trump message. The sign was on Carpenter Road in Modesto.

Driving with her husband, Cynthia Londo had her phone out to catch lightning flashes on Monday night, but instead filmed a road sign the contained an anti-Trump message. The sign was on Carpenter Road in Modesto. Cynthia Longo
Driving with her husband, Cynthia Londo had her phone out to catch lightning flashes on Monday night, but instead filmed a road sign the contained an anti-Trump message. The sign was on Carpenter Road in Modesto. Cynthia Longo

Modesto woman went out to shoot lightning photos. She captured this instead.

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