TV reporter Steve Keeley was reporting live on a winter storm from Woodstown, N.J. this morning when a snow plow covered him with snow.
Keeley had his back to several oncoming snow plows when one picked up enough snow to almost knock him down, noted Keeley's Philadelphia station Fox 29 (video below).
Kelley, who was uninjured, took a batch of snow from another plow while a co-worker off-camera yelled, "Steve!" reports Mediaite.com.
Keeley, who was 20 feet from the road, later told the Good Day Philadelphia morning show, "You know I've spent my whole time here, ever since the invention of YouTube, I have done everything I could to avoid being a YouTube star, and I think that hit will be on YouTube."
The driver of the snowplow reportedly called Fox 29 to apologize and said he didn't see Keeley.
Sources: Fox 29 and Mediaite.com