An ABC News reporter is making headlines around the country after the recording of her news report caught a hay truck taking out the inflatable finish line at the Tour Down Under cycling race.
Sarah Hancock and cameraman Haidarr Jones were on site at the event in the Adelaide Hills filming a news package for ABC News, when all of a sudden, a hay truck came hurtling along behind the passing riders, crashing into the inflatable start/finish line that was suspended over of the road.
The incident also nearly saw two spectators who were camping near the finish line get cleaned up, while Hancock was left stunned.
Check out the chaos below…
— ABC News (@abcnews) January 11, 2018
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