ESPN's Hannah Storm Hosts Rose Parade After Serious Accident

An accident that left ESPN's Hannah Storm without eyebrows, eyelashes and only half her hair has just come to light. The Associated Press (h/t SportsGrid) reports the 50-year-old SportsCenter anchor was home three weeks ago when a propane gas tank

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Hannah Storm burns to face and body are being detailed by the ESPN anchor today. For weeks, fans had wondered what had happened to.

WorldNews@abc.com and they could appear on World News. Hannah Storm to Return to Air ESPN anchor Hannah Storm will return to air New Year's Day to host the 2013 Rose Parade. Storm returns just three weeks after suffering first- and second-degree

ESPN anchor Hannah Storm will return to the air on New Year's Day, exactly three weeks after she was seriously burned in a propane gas grill accident at her home.

ESPN anchor Hannah Storm will return to television as part of ABC's coverage of the Rose Parade on New Year's Day. Storm suffered burns to her hands, face and neck due to a propane gas grill accident. Hannah Storm Returns To Television Three Weeks