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SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah sports broadcaster Alema Harrington is known for his commentary on the Jazz, but Friday he had a much more somber message for Utah.
"I'm grateful that I'm here, because I easily could have been killed by this piece of debris," he said.
A few weeks ago, Harrington was driving on Interstate 15 in Murray when a piece of debris flew through his windshield and pierced his arm.
The Utah Department of Transportation has posted a video of Harrington's experience as a warning for others to secure their loads.