Man being interviewed about underground explosions interrupted by flying 100lb. projectile.

Man being interviewed about underground explosions interrupted by flying 100lb. projectile.
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Everyone in this news video needs to vacate the premises before they get hit by a flying manhole cover.


During a report on a series of underground explosions in Buffalo, NY on Sunday, a manhole cover flew really far into the air. Action-movie-stunt-high into the air. The title of the news segment reads "Underground Fire Under Control in Buffalo" but it was definitely not under control. Guys, you know what's going on here: underground explosions! You just said it! Get the heck out of there, you dummies!

Luckily, people had already been evacuated from the area and no one was injured, making it totally fine to laugh at the dangerous oversight made by the news crew. The breakout star of the video is the man who shouts "heads up!" He should look into a career as a journalist. He's charismatic, well spoken, and more alert to danger than the current reporter. Nice work, man!

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