Every Year I learn something new while chasing and this year is no different. It is amazing to me that none of us have been killed while actively engaged in a chase but this cannot go on forever. I honestly am quite sure that the first storm eaten chaser fatality will be caused by lightning. Tornados can be avoided, giant hail can be avoided provided the chaser not position his/herself under a mesocyclone, a flooded road can also be avoided. But lightning! how can we possibly hope to avoid a current that travels at over 60,000 miles per second, never gives us a warning of when and where out of the storm it will come and doesn't even have to hit the chaser directly to cause serious bodily injury. I don,t know about everyone else out thier but I think that terrible drivers or lightning are bound to take one of us out sooner or later. Even with the risks I've chased for over 9 years and I will never stop chasing, Please be safe out thier so we don't have any more bad publicity from the media on chasing.