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Keeley's Snowplow Mishap Goes Viral, Makes Late-Night Shows

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PHILADELPHIA -

On Monday you saw how FOX 29's Steve Keeley took on the tough assignment of reporting live from the snowstorm.

You probably also saw how he came extremely close to what could have been a serious situation.

Well, his heroics have gone viral. Even late night television picked up the story.

On the "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," the host noted that Keeley was safe but the driver was injured high-fiving other plow drivers.

"Jimmy Kimmel Live" awarded Keeley an "Excellence in Reporting" honor, saying he may have stumbled upon the story line for the sequel to the Disney hit animation "Frozen."

And the incident wound up being named your "Moment of Zen" on "The Daily Stewart with Jon Stewart."

We'll be getting Keeley's thoughts on the extra attention later this morning.

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