Question #9350304

When you get struck by lightning, do you shake?

I heard That because our brains send orders to our limbs and organs with electronic signals, when we get struck by lightning, do we go into spasm because the lightning overloads the nerves. Also I heard that your toes bleed because that's where the electricity leaves the body. Are either of these true?

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