The incident occurred at The Sele College in Hertford on Monday night.
An air ambulance and a number of other highway ambulances had been scrambled to the scene in Welwyn Street shortly after 5.15pm, to experiences a 12-year-old boy and a person in his 50s had been struck by lightning.
“The kid was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in a essential situation and the person was taken to Princess Alexandra Hospital for additional care,” stated an East of England Ambulance Service spokesperson on Tuesday.
“We want to thank our emergency providers colleagues and members of the general public on the scene who offered first support and CPR whereas our crews had been on their method,” they added.
In a press release on The Sele College web site, headteacher Chris Quach stated the lightning strike “affected a number of individuals”.
He stated the 12-year-old boy who was taken to hospital was from one other native secondary faculty.
”Your complete workers of The Sele College, the broader faculty group and I want to thank the emergency providers, the mother and father and workers who had been attending the match and had been so useful and our first aiders who did an incredible job whereas ready for the emergency providers to reply,” stated Mr Quach.
“Our good needs and ideas are with the individuals who had been injured.”
The incident got here as thunderstorms and heavy rain swept London and components of the south-east on Monday night.