Lightning struck twice for an Illinois man named Rod.

Rod Wolfe told “Fox and Friends” this morning that he survived being struck by lightning 18 years apart.

Wolfe was first struck by lightning while working in a cemetery and felt “a little tingle.” About a week ago, he was struck again after he peeked around a tree to see a passing emergency vehicle.

“The next thing I knew I was laying on my driveway in a lot of pain,” he said.

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Wolfe said that the lightning strike threw him 15 feet.

Wolfe told the hosts of “Fox and Friends” that these incidents have given him a new outlook on life.

He said that he has a great wife, children and grandchildren, adding, “I’m just blessed to be here to be able to enjoy them again.”

Wolfe also said he’d be more careful in the future.

“Now when the clouds come out, I’m hiding,” he said.

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