A lightning strike in an open field hit three campers at a Reform Jewish camp in Indiana yesterday, injuring one critically, reports USA Today. Two 9-year-olds, a boy and a girl, as well as a 12-year-old boy, were hit in the lightning strike at Goldman Union Camp Institute. Camp counselors had begun "lifesaving efforts" by the time rescuers reached the scene. It's unclear which child was injured critically, and a woman answering the phone at the camp said, "We really can't give out any information at this time. Right now safety is just our highest concern. Campers are doing fine, and we're going on with our program."