Florida Gov. Jeb Bush got a scare Thursday when his plane was struck by lightning while flying from Tallahassee to Orlando.
The strike put a hole in one of the aircraft's wings, but none of the seven people on board were injured.
The twin-engine plane landed safely in Orlando.
Bush and his staff then hopped on another plane to Miami Beach where he was scheduled to meet with the governor of the state of Hidalgo in Mexico.