(CNN/KPRC) - A Houston reporter had no idea a hail storm victim's interview would become an internet sensation.
"Soon as I posted on my Facebook it's a 'kabooyow, kabooyow and boy that hail just came in," said Michelle Clark. "I looked out, I opened my door and looked out my door and it hit me in the head, I took off running I ran to my restroom and called my momma so see if she was all right.
"We had a hail party at two o'clock this morning, everybody was outside. Man, those chunkers was big, size of a quarter, dog gone. They were big, they were hitting hard too, man. Look at this, here in Brookshire, Texas. Man, it's like snowing in March."
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