Two people are recovering after being struck by lightning at the Grand Canyon Tuesday. National Park Service officials say they received a report at around 2:50 p.m. of people being struck on the Bright Angel Trailhead during a thunderstorm. When crews arrived they found a 30-year-old man and 28-year-old woman unresponsive. The man regained consciousness without intervention. CPR and life-saving interventions were done on the woman and she regained a pulse. Both were transported by ground to Flagstaff Medical Center, as the weather was too severe for air transport. The woman is expected to make a full recovery. Two others went to the Grand Canyon Clinic with lightning splash injuries. This lightning strike is a reminder that Monsoon season brings not only rain, but dangerous and potentially life-threatening lightning during thunderstorms. Serious injuries and fatalities have occurred at Grand Canyon National Park as a result of lightning strikes. Visitors to the park are reminded that if the sound of thunder follows a lightning flash within 30 seconds or less, they should seek shelter in a building or vehicle or proceed to the nearest bus stop to get on a park shuttle. Lightning can strike two points up to 10 miles apart at the same time. In the Grand Canyon National Park, lightning strikes an average of 25-thousand times per year.