In the summer of 1967, Linda Walker was at Girl Scout camp in North Carolina when a lightning bolt struck her.
She says she was in a tent with three other girls when they all ran out after the crackle and boom. Walker was on the floor, unresponsive.
"But as Girl Scouts you always keep up with your buddy — you never lose track of your buddy," Walker says. "And my buddy walked out, ran out of the tent without me, but realized I wasn't with her and came back. Had she not done that, I wouldn't be here today ... because she saved my life."