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How best to fall in these icy conditions

If you were on foot at any point today, you probably slipped and slided through some giant icy puddles, slush and snow -- the result of a bout of freezing rain followed by a steep temperature drop.


Slipping is inevitable, and perhaps falling too. So if you're going to fall, and you feel yourself losing your footing, is there a right way to do it?


We have just the expert to answer this question...Andre Givogue is a stunt performer, and he's been paid to fall a lot. Just take a look:






Andre joined us on the show to demonstrate proper falling technique.


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