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TV reporter gets emotional about water main break

It wasn't just any water main break that Fox 45 morning news reporter Rick Boone found in West Baltimore yesterday.

No, it was a "frozen tundra."

"I've been a TV reporter for about 15 years, and I've never, ever seen the after effects of a water main break like I see here," said Boone.

Then, on the edge of the tundra, a car appeared.

"Slow down, slow down," Boone yelled to the driver.

Then, to the camera operator, "Move out of the way!"

The car drove smoothly over the ice without skidding.

"This is not a good situation," said Boone.

 

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