ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK -- A lightning strike killed one woman and injured seven other people inside Rocky Mountain National Park on Friday, park officials said.
The strike occurred shortly after 1 p.m. on the Ute Crossing Trail, officials said. Eight people suffered a variety of injuries, including one woman who died at the scene.
The people were all Colorado residents hiking together.
Of the remaining seven, two were transported by ambulance and five transported themselves to the Estes Park Medical Center, park officials said.
Four of the victims were treated and released. The other three remained hospitalized, but were expected to survive.