WATCH: Jim Cantore nearly impaled live on The Weather Channel

FOX 8 Live WVUE NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -Terrifying video shows The Weather Channel's meteorologist Jim Cantore come dangerously close to being impaled by storm debris on live television. Cantore, who is known for being up close and personal with dangerous storms, ...
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