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Snow Plow Driver Responds After Pummeling Steve Keeley

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Steve Keeley spent all Monday morning in New Jersey covering our 15th snowstorm and ended up getting up close and personal with a snow plow.

Keeley got blasted with snow from the plow truck around 6:3 while reporting live from the side of the road at a peach orchard in Woodstown around 6:30 a.m.

Good Day's Mike Jerrick and Sheinelle Jones talked to the snow plow driver to find out if he did it on purpose.

He truck driver, Michael Wyatt, said he had no idea he hit Steve until he say the video from his boss.

When Wyatt got home realized that it was a "big time news person."

Wyatt called Steve on Monday and apologized for incident.

Keeley assures everyone and Wyatt that he was not hurt.

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