Hannah Storm, the ESPN Sportscenter anchor, was seriously burned in a propane gas grill explosion at her home in early December. She returns to television for the first time in three weeks today for the Rose Parade.
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
Just three weeks after suffering serious burns in an accident at home, ESPN anchor Hannah Storm returned to television to host the 124th Rose Parade in Pasadena, Calif. on New Years' Day. Storm, who has been an anchor of ESPN's "SportsCenter" since
The anchor, who has been recovering from an accident that left her with first and second-degree burns, hosted ABC's coverage of the 2013 Rose Parade with Josh Elliott.
(Getty Images)Just three weeks after a gas grill accident that burned off much of her hair and left her with second-degree burns, ESPN anchor Hannah Storm will return to the air on New Year's Day to host the 2013 Rose Parade. Storm was preparing dinner