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ESPN's Anchor Hannah Storm Returns to TV After Propane Gas Grill Accident

January 02, 2013 06:30:50 GMT

Storm hosts ABC's coverage of the 2013 Rose Parade with Josh Elliott, three weeks after suffering burns due to an exploded propane tank at her Connecticut home.


ESPN's Anchor Hannah Storm Returns to TV After Propane Gas Grill Accident
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Hannah Storm is back on small screen just three weeks after she was burned in a propane gas grill accident at her home in Connecticut. On Tuesday morning, January 1, she hosted ABC's coverage of the 2013 Rose Parade with Josh Elliott of "Good Morning America".

Storm still had a bandage covering her left hand during her first on-air appearance post-the incident. She also wore extensions for the two-hour show, gushing that she "wanted to kiss" a makeup artist who brushed on her first eyebrow.

"The best medicine is being here with you, my friend, for the fifth year in a row," she told Elliott when covering the annual college football fete. Speaking of her TV return, she said over the phone, "I was just so happy to be there, so grateful. It took a lot out of me, but it went great."

Storm was preparing dinner for her family on December 11 when a propane tank exploded at her home. She sustained second-degree burns on her chest and hands, as well as first-degree burns on her face and neck. She also lost her eyebrows, eyelashes, and roughly half of her hair in the explosion.

"There was an explosion and a wall of fire came at me," she previously recalled the incident. "It was like you see in a movie, it happened in a split-second. A neighbor said he thought a tree had fallen through the roof, it was that loud. It blew the doors off the grill."

"Can't begin to thank you all enough for your kindness and support. Getting ready for #RoseParade with @JoshElliottABC. Happy New Year!" she tweeted just before the parade began.

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posted by mmeme on Jan 02, 2013
you need to hush. where you there? NO!!!!
posted by C3H8 on Jan 02, 2013
Hannah, you're tank didn't blow up! You failed to make sure all burners were lit, and because they weren't, gas built up inside your grill before it ignited and that's what the big boom was! Tanks rarely "blow up" unless the releif valve fails, which is very rare! Take care when assuming your grill is lit, before closing that lid!

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