Speaking of lightning strikes...
Two years back, my brother got woken up in the middle of the night by the sound of a car crash. Looked outside to see a van had plowed into the back of their truck (parked on the street), which was then pushed into the back of one of their cars. Both got totaled, and the guy 'got away'; a neighbor also heard the crash, went outside and started to chase but the driver got away. Van was still there so it wasn't exactly Perry Mason detective work to figure out who owned it. But without getting the driver, it couldn't be proven that it was the owner who did it. Either way, insurance took care of it and the guy skipped town - literally, as he and his wife fled in the middle of the night "on vacation" and left the front door wide open.
Found out later that a patron at a bar had seen the owner / driver drinking quite a bit earlier that night, and had actually called the police to report a drunk driver. They didn't catch him on the streets so he got away to - presumably - smash into my brother's vehicles. But again, they never caught him and couldn't definitively pin him as the driver. Oh, and he has priors.
Fast forward to the 16th of this month. I get a text from my brother: "U can't use the truck. it got hit by a drunk driver while parked out front last night." I figured he was dicking with me since I wanted to use it that day to haul some big stuff as we moved Mom to her new house. Then I saw the time on the text - 1:41am. Oh shit - he wouldn't text me at that time of the morning just to make a joke.
Same thing happened: drunk idiot smashed into the back of his new-used truck. He heard the noise and looked outside, and saw her back out and drive off. He ran outside and chased after her barefoot and in his jammies. She didn't get far as the car was utterly toast so she had to pull over a block down. He caught up and about blew a gasket on her and she's oblivious to the whole thing. "Sir, I don't understand why you're yelling at me." "You just crashed into the back of my truck and drove off!" "No, I don't think that was me..." "I watched you do it!" LOL And apparently it went on like that until the cops cuffed her and took her away after blowing 0.25 BAC. Apparently, as she's sitting in the back of the cop car, she told them, "I sure do hope you catch the person that hit that guy's truck. He really seems upset." The cop brought back her out of the car, pointed out the trail of antifreeze leading from her car all the way back to the back end of the truck, and said, "It was you."
WTF? Too funny.
But yeah, lightning strikes twice.