As the severe thunderstorm and tornado threat diminished across the Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa area throughout the evening hours after sunset, a small mini-supercell interacted with an outflow boundary from a previous storm that had collapsed. The end result was an intensifying, short-lived mini-supercell thunderstorm that put on an incredible cloud to ground lightning strike barrage. The storm even managed to organize enough to feature an RFD and brief wall cloud. This lightning strike video has ten clips of lightning strikes, each with a second clip showing the slow motion lightning strike. The first clips are at normal speed, the second clips are at 50% speed. This lightning storm happened on 04/19/2017 near Hiawatha, KS. The last two video clips are of the mini-supercell thunderstorm structure illuminated by a lightning bolt, with first shot at 100% speed, 2nd shot at 50% speed.