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Fire Extinguisher Explodes in Kentucky Weatherman’s Hands on Live TV: ‘Cooler Temperatures Have Arrived with a Bang!’

A weatherman in Kentucky received a nasty shock when a hearth extinguisher exploded in his arms whereas he was conducting a climate report dwell on TV.

Meteorologist Jude Redfield was offering a climate forecast for Fox affiliate, WDRB News on Friday morning when he determined to make use of a hearth extinguisher as a prop to point out how a chilly entrance was “extinguishing” a latest document warmth wave within the Louisville space.

But the demonstration actually received out of hand when Redfield’s try and set off the fireplace extinguisher resulted within the canister dramatically exploding in his arms dwell on air. In a video of the incident, carbon dioxide blasts out in all instructions upon the extinguisher being set off, inflicting the canister to drop to the bottom and Redfield to leap again in shock.

WDRB News made gentle of the incident on social media, posting a clip of the accident on Twitter with the caption, “Cooler temperatures have arrived with a bang!” Redfield additionally spoke out concerning the clip on Twitter, saying, “My genius idea of extinguishing the heat wave went exactly as planned,” including in one other remark, “Thank the good Lord I didn’t drop some profanity.”

Cooler temperatures have arrived with a bang! @JudeRedfield pic.twitter.com/C8maNBtVmg

— WDRB News (@WDRBNews) October 4, 2019

This is not the primary mishap to occur throughout a climate forecast on dwell TV this 12 months. On January 8, New York station WHEC-TV fired a meteorologist after he uttered a racial slur on dwell TV.

During the printed on the night of January 4, weatherman Jeremy Kappell referred to Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Park in Rochester as “Martin Luther Coon… King Jr Park.”

Kappell continued with the printed after saying the phrase, and later insisted that he mispoke and that “There was no malice.”

“That’s not a word I said and I promise you that. If you did feel it hurt you in any way I sincerely apologize,” he added.

He additional acknowledged in a Facebook video: “If you watch me regularly you know that I tend to contain a lot of information in my weathercast, which forces me to speak fast and unfortunately I spoke a little too fast when I was referencing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. So fast to the point where I jumbled a couple of words.”

After an inside investigation, Kappell was dismissed from the community. In a press release, WHEC boss Richard A. Reingold mentioned: “These words have no place on News10NBC’s air, and the fact that we broadcast them disheartens and disgusts me; that it was not caught immediately is inexcusable. I regret that we did not immediately interrupt our broadcast and apologize on the spot.”

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