Mike Amor smacked in the back of his noggin by errant skateboard

Mike Amor smacked in the back of his noggin by errant skateboard

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Many news correspondents have built reputations through fearlessly reporting from active war zones or disaster areas — think of Edward R. Murrow, Michael Yon, or Anderson Cooper. But others have had no intention of placing themselves in harms way and are injured nonetheless.

The most recent case in point: Australian reporter Mike Amor being struck in the head by an errant skateboard as he filed a live report from a Los Angeles-area park.

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The studio-bound anchors for Sunrise On 7 seem to almost relish Amor’s misfortune, while astutely wondering what became of the skateboard’s rider.

2014-11-20T11:24:32+00:00 November 20th, 2014|

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