YUMA, AZ - A recent monsoon storm packed a powerful punch in Yuma, Arizona.
No one knows this better than two men who decided to get a feel for the 60 mph wind gusts.
One of the men stood outside in the middle of the storm to see if the wind would hold him up.
When he was ready to go back inside, a concrete wall came crashing down behind him.
Luckily, he wasn't hurt and now the video his friend shot is going viral.
"Right This Minute" even aired the clip in their show Tuesday.
You can see the video for yourself in the player below:
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