Watch: Weather Channel’s Stephanie Abrams narrowly avoids falling debris amid Hurricane Laura

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    The Weather Channel reporter Stephanie Abrams measures wind speed as she prepares to do a report on tropical storm Bonnie in St. George Island, Fla. in this Thursday, Aug. 12, 2004 file photo. (AP Photo/Phil Coale, file)

    The Weather Channel reporter Stephanie Abrams measures wind speed as she prepares to do a report on tropical storm Bonnie in St. George Island, Fla. in this Thursday, Aug. 12, 2004 file photo. (AP Photo/Phil Coale, file)

    Stephanie Abrams, a veteran Weather Channel meteorologist, ducked to avoid falling debris while reporting in the field as ferocious Hurricane Laura came ashore early Thursday.

    After a reported gust of 100-plus mph, debris came crashing down while Abrams was reporting live from Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino.

    After saying her crew had a 104mph gust and she moved closer to her crew and a solid structure from what looked like a boardwalk/walkway, Stephanie Abrams BARELY avoids a pile of debris/tree limbs. She repeatedly says everyone is fine, but that was scary. #HurricaneLaura #LAwx pic.twitter.com/p1WDfFAih6

    The crashing debris elicited shouts from the network’s crew on site. Abrams reassured viewers, saying « we’re fine, everyone we’re fine … everyone’s OK. »

    In a follow-up report around 1:40 a.m. Abrams said there was « debris flying everywhere, » and the crew moved inside the lobby of the building from a parking garage.

    Hurricane Laura is a major hurricane that’s forecast to bring 20 or more feet of storm surge into Louisiana.

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    SOURCE: https://www.w24news.com

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