Jeanne Winds Blow Man Through Plate-Glass Window

A man in Orange County, Fla., was injured Sunday when winds from Hurricane Jeanne lifted him off the ground and blew him through a plate-glass window, according to Local 6 News.

Local 6 News videotaped the rescue moments after the man was tossed through the window of the Ambassador Lodge Hotel on Orange Blossom Trail.

The victim was severely cut on both arms and was transported to a local hospital.

There was no word on his condition.

Jeanne had weakened to a Category 1 storm with 85-mph top sustained winds by the time it hit Orange County. However, its 400-mile diameter continued to cover most of the central part of the Florida Peninsula, including Tampa, Orlando and Daytona Beach.

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