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Meteorologist Jim Cantore was literally knocked off his feet this afternoon while covering Hurricane Ian. Cantore was on the ground near Fort Meyers, Florida, reporting on the Category 4 storm in the middle of sustained 61 mph winds (gusts are reportedly up to 110 mph) when a tree branch blew into his legs, knocking him over. The Weather Channel reporter then fought to get up, lunging for a street sign for support while a stop sign collapsed behind him.
Former Dallas Cowboys player Gavin Escobar dead at age 31 after horror rock climbing accident that killed two
ONE of two rocks climbers found dead near Idyllwild Wednesday was a former NFL star, the coroner's office has confirmed. Gavin Escobar who played tight end for the Dallas Cowboys died while climbing a rockface in California's San Bernardino National Forest. He was 31. Escobar's body was discovered with fellow...
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