Ted was answering a question from one of the anchors at our sister station KABC, when a gust of wind picked up what appeared to be metal from part of a roof, and hit him.
"I'm ok. We're ok. I'm not cut," Ted said as he tried to hold on to it to keep it from flying away. "I'm going to let this go, and I'm going to let you go."
The ABC13 family is thankful he and his photographer David Aguillard were not injured.
RELATED: ABC13 reporter Ted Oberg gives updates from the heart of Hurricane Florence
HURRICANE FLORENCE: You can barely hear @TedABC13 under the wind and rain in Wilmington. This was moments before the storm made landfall in Wrightsville Beach. https://t.co/4YZeX3UulP pic.twitter.com/447LTxenQ3— ABC13 Houston (@abc13houston) September 14, 2018
Hurricane Florence made landfall Friday just after 6 a.m. as a Category 1 storm in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.