WHILE reporting on a major hurricane that is heading for Hawaii, a BBC reporter found himself under a fallen tree.
Torrential rain is pouring down on the United States island, and US president Donald Trump has declared the region to be in a state of emergency.
Several news crews, including the BBC, have since set-up shop in Hawaii to report on the developing ‘Hurricane Lane’.
As reporter James Cook, was delivering a radio report, a crashing noise can be heard in the background.
A report on the BBC website read: “The BBC's James Cook had a lucky escape after a tree hit him as he delivered a radio report about Hurricane Lane in Hawaii. Cook suffered no injuries, but his laptop was destroyed. Listen to his report…”