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Why Do They Still Do This? Check Out The Poor Field Reporters Forced To Stand In The Middle Of Hurricane Matthew [Video]

Man…we get it. Storms are stormy. WHY do these poor people have to stand out in harm’s way getting jumped by the rain and wind to illustrate it?? CNN
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