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MasterChef Australia’s Khanh Ong reveals best tips for cooking pork crackling

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MasterChef Australia's Khanh Ong, known for his flavoursome Vietnamese dishes

MasterChef Australia's Khanh Ong, known for his flavoursome Vietnamese dishes

MasterChef Australia’s Khanh Ong, known for his flavoursome Vietnamese dishes

The secret to perfect pork crackling is lightly piercing skin and roasting meat in a double layer of baking paper and tinfoil, MasterChef Australia‘s Khanh Ong has revealed.

The 27-year-old fan favourite, who first appeared on MasterChef in 2018, was eliminated from the ‘Back to Win’ series on Sunday June 14 after losing a fine dining challenge against Emelia, Laura and Reynold. 

But with a combined following of 126,500 on Instagram and YouTube and a cookbook slated for release on July 14, the lovable chef’s future looks brighter than ever.

In a recent video for his online cookery channel, Khanh said the trick to succulent pork is to start with a ‘uniformly’ shaped cut, avoiding lopsided pieces where one side is thicker than the other to ensure the flesh cooks evenly.

And while recipes typically advise leaving pork to dry overnight before cooking, Khanh said it’s not necessary and only buys meat on the day he plans to eat it.

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Khanh's crispy pork belly, made with five-spice seasoning and cooked at 180 degrees Celsius for roughly 80 minutes

Khanh's crispy pork belly, made with five-spice seasoning and cooked at 180 degrees Celsius for roughly 80 minutes

Khanh’s crispy pork belly, made with five-spice seasoning and cooked at 180 degrees Celsius for roughly 80 minutes

The 27-year-old fan favourite's techniques serve up this perfect cut of pork with a thick, crispy outside and a tender, juicy inside

The 27-year-old fan favourite's techniques serve up this perfect cut of pork with a thick, crispy outside and a tender, juicy inside

The 27-year-old fan favourite’s techniques serve up this perfect cut of pork with a thick, crispy outside and a tender, juicy inside

How to season the meat 

Instead of seasoning the flesh of the pork with lashings of salt, Khanh uses the healthier – but equally tasty – technique of ‘scoring’ holes in the skin with a sharp knife, which allows naturally salty juices to pour out from the centre.

He said it’s important to pierce lightly, stopping short of the fat to prevent too much juice escaping through the skin.

He adds flavour to the base by coating it with an Asian five-spice powder, made from cinnamon, fennel seeds, star anise, peppercorn and cloves.

How to make the perfect crackling

Once seasoned, Khanh covers the top of the skin with one and a half tablespoons of salt which draws moisture out of the meat as it cooks to form golden, crispy crackling.

‘You want the whole thing to be covered,’ he said.

It’s crucial to rub the salt thoroughly into the skin, according to Khanh, to prevent the crackling from developing a chewy rather than crispy texture in the oven.

How to cook pork like a MasterChef

* Buy an evenly shaped cut of meat – avoid lopsided cuts where one side is thicker than the other

* Cook at 180°C if you’re in a rush, or 160°C if you have time to let the juices infuse 

* Raise oven temperature to 240°C for final minutes of cooking for the crispiest crackling

* Coat the base of the meat in five-spice powder, made from cinnamon, fennel seeds, star anise, peppercorn and cloves

Khanh’s perfect pork belly crackling, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside

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Khanh lightly pierces the skin, taking care not to cut into the fat which causes juices to escape during cooking

Khanh lightly pierces the skin, taking care not to cut into the fat which causes juices to escape during cooking

Khanh lightly pierces the skin, taking care not to cut into the fat which causes juices to escape during cooking

How to cook the meat

In preparation for cooking, Khanh lays a sheet of baking paper on top of a sheet of tinfoil and folds both tightly around the sides of the pork, leaving the top uncovered.

‘Usually I find the fat gets caught in the foil and then the pork gets stuck to the foil, but it doesn’t happen when you have a sheet of baking paper as well,’ he said.

Khanh cooks pork for roughly 80 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius, or for between two and three hours at 160 degrees Celsius if he has time to spare.

For the crispiest crackling, he cranks the temperature to a searing 240 degrees Celsius in the final few minutes of cooking.

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Firefighters will battle blaze on board USS Bonhomme Richard for DAYS as Navy confirms 57 injured

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Federal and Navy firefighters are continuing to battle a ferocious blaze aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard on Monday morning – with the inferno likely to rage for several more days, officials have warned.

More than 160 people had been aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard docked at the San Diego Naval Base in California when a fire started in the lower cargo hold of the ship and triggered an internal explosion at 8:30am Sunday.

Officials say at least 57 people – including 34 sailors and 23 civilians – were injured in the blaze that sent billowing plumes of smoke and ash into the sky. 

The injuries were not life-threatening, and included heat exhaustion and smoke inhalation, according to officials.

All crew members have since been evacuated and accounted for, the Navy said, and five sailors remain in hospital in a stable condition.

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Efforts to extinguish the fire on the amphibious assault ship continued Monday morning, with nearly 24 hours having passed since the blaze first erupted

Efforts to extinguish the fire on the amphibious assault ship continued Monday morning, with nearly 24 hours having passed since the blaze first erupted

Efforts to extinguish the fire on the amphibious assault ship continued Monday morning, with nearly 24 hours having passed since the blaze first erupted

USS Bonhomme Richard is seen ablaze on Sunday evening with a thick plume of smoke billowing into the sky

USS Bonhomme Richard is seen ablaze on Sunday evening with a thick plume of smoke billowing into the sky

USS Bonhomme Richard is seen ablaze on Sunday evening with a thick plume of smoke billowing into the sky

A helicopter from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron drops a bucket of water above the ship early Monday morning

A helicopter from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron drops a bucket of water above the ship early Monday morning

A helicopter from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron drops a bucket of water above the ship early Monday morning

It’s not immediately clear what caused the fire of the explosion. Rear Admiral Philip Sobeck the Navy’s commander of Expeditionary Strike Group 3, said during a press conference that the fire was not a fueled by fuel oil, hazardous materials or electrical causes.

Sobek said it was fueled by paper, cloth, rags or other materials in a standard fire. He said he is not concerned about the air quality or toxicity around the blaze.

The one million gallons of fuel on board are not threatened by the flames or heat, he said. 

Sources told The Drive that loud explosions were heard coming from the ship, and that the source of the fire may be from below the waterline, though this information has yet to be confirmed.  

During his press conference, Sobek added that military and civilian firefighters were still trying to save the ship and optimistically vowed that it will return to service.

‘We’re absolutely going to make sure it sails again,’ he said. ‘Right now we’re going to fight the fire and then we’ll work on understanding what exactly happened to make sure she sails as best as possible in a very near time.’

However, the fate of the vessel, which is in the middle of its service life, remains uncertain with Fire Chief Colin Stowell of San Diego telling CNN that he expects the fire to burn for several days – ‘right down to the waterline’.    

Rear Admiral Philip Sobeck said that all of the injured are listed in stable condition

Rear Admiral Philip Sobeck said that all of the injured are listed in stable condition

Rear Admiral Philip Sobeck said that all of the injured are listed in stable condition

At least 21 people including 17 sailors and four civilians were hospitalized with minor injuries on Sunday following a massive fire and explosion on board the Navy ship

At least 21 people including 17 sailors and four civilians were hospitalized with minor injuries on Sunday following a massive fire and explosion on board the Navy ship

At least 21 people including 17 sailors and four civilians were hospitalized with minor injuries on Sunday following a massive fire and explosion on board the Navy ship

Firefighting boats spray water onto the U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard

Firefighting boats spray water onto the U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard

Firefighting boats spray water onto the U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard

In a photo provided by the U.S. Navy, sailors and Federal Fire San Diego firefighters work to extinguish a fire aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard

In a photo provided by the U.S. Navy, sailors and Federal Fire San Diego firefighters work to extinguish a fire aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard

In a photo provided by the U.S. Navy, sailors and Federal Fire San Diego firefighters work to extinguish a fire aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard

U.S. Navy Sailors carry barrels of aqueous film forming foam in support of the firefighting efforts on Sunday

U.S. Navy Sailors carry barrels of aqueous film forming foam in support of the firefighting efforts on Sunday

U.S. Navy Sailors carry barrels of aqueous film forming foam in support of the firefighting efforts on Sunday

The US Navy said that 17 sailors and four civilians were injured by an explosion aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego on Sunday

The US Navy said that 17 sailors and four civilians were injured by an explosion aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego on Sunday

The US Navy said that 17 sailors and four civilians were injured by an explosion aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego on Sunday

The sailors on the USS Bonhomme Richard had 'minor injuries' from the fire and were taken to a hospital, according to a Navy spokesperson

The sailors on the USS Bonhomme Richard had 'minor injuries' from the fire and were taken to a hospital, according to a Navy spokesperson

The sailors on the USS Bonhomme Richard had ‘minor injuries’ from the fire and were taken to a hospital, according to a Navy spokesperson

Efforts to extinguish the fire on the amphibious assault ship continued Monday morning, with nearly 24 hours having passed since the blaze first erupted. Local news footage showed a thick plume of black smoke rising from the ship.

Two helicopters from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 3 started helicopter water bucket aerial firefighting operations at 4:30am local time Monday.

In addition, fireboats have been pouring water on the ship’s hull in order to keep it cool in an attempt to maintain its integrity as the fire continues to rage.

Firefighting efforts have involved personnel from Naval Base San Diego and the City of San Diego Fire Department, along with Harbor Police fire boats and fire teams from other ships, according to the Navy.

A shelter in place was ordered Sunday evening for all non-responding personnel at the base to maintain a 1,800-yard safety perimeter as the firefight continues.

Two other warships, the USS Fitzgerald and the USS Russell, that were docked nearby have since been moved to other piers as a precaution, the Navy said.

Firefighters were battling a three-alarm blaze aboard the ship after the explosion took place during routine maintenance

Firefighters were battling a three-alarm blaze aboard the ship after the explosion took place during routine maintenance

Firefighters were battling a three-alarm blaze aboard the ship after the explosion took place during routine maintenance 

The above image shows an aerial view of the US Navy ship USS Bonhomme Richard after the explosion

The above image shows an aerial view of the US Navy ship USS Bonhomme Richard after the explosion

The above image shows an aerial view of the US Navy ship USS Bonhomme Richard after the explosion

People pose for a picture in front of the San Diego skyline as smoke rises from a fire on board the U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego

People pose for a picture in front of the San Diego skyline as smoke rises from a fire on board the U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego

People pose for a picture in front of the San Diego skyline as smoke rises from a fire on board the U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego

A golfer plays on as a fire burns on the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego

A golfer plays on as a fire burns on the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego

A golfer plays on as a fire burns on the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego

Golfers play on as a fire burns on the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego on Sunday

Golfers play on as a fire burns on the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego on Sunday

Golfers play on as a fire burns on the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego on Sunday 

The image above provides another angle of the massive fire aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego on Sunday

The image above provides another angle of the massive fire aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego on Sunday

The image above provides another angle of the massive fire aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego on Sunday

San Diego's top firefighter said the blaze on board the ship could burn for days 'down to the waterline'

San Diego's top firefighter said the blaze on board the ship could burn for days 'down to the waterline'

San Diego’s top firefighter said the blaze on board the ship could burn for days ‘down to the waterline’

A massive fire and explosion on board a Navy ship at Naval Base San Diego has injured several sailors and sent billowing plumes of smoke and ash into the sky

A massive fire and explosion on board a Navy ship at Naval Base San Diego has injured several sailors and sent billowing plumes of smoke and ash into the sky

A massive fire and explosion on board a Navy ship at Naval Base San Diego has injured several sailors and sent billowing plumes of smoke and ash into the sky

This close up show shows how smoke enveloped the 840-foot ship Sunday morning. There were 200 sailors and officers on board at the time

This close up show shows how smoke enveloped the 840-foot ship Sunday morning. There were 200 sailors and officers on board at the time

This close up show shows how smoke enveloped the 840-foot ship Sunday morning. There were 200 sailors and officers on board at the time

The vessel was undergoing routine maintenance at the time of the fire. Naval Base San Diego is the ship's home port. It's still not clear what sparked the blaze

The vessel was undergoing routine maintenance at the time of the fire. Naval Base San Diego is the ship's home port. It's still not clear what sparked the blaze

The vessel was undergoing routine maintenance at the time of the fire. Naval Base San Diego is the ship’s home port. It’s still not clear what sparked the blaze

By 12.30pm PST the entire crew was cleared off the ship and accounted for and 18 people were sent to the hospital with minor injuries

By 12.30pm PST the entire crew was cleared off the ship and accounted for and 18 people were sent to the hospital with minor injuries

By 12.30pm PST the entire crew was cleared off the ship and accounted for and 18 people were sent to the hospital with minor injuries

The Bonhomme Richard is capable of carrying more than 1,000 sailors, in addition to helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft. The cost of the ship has been estimated $761 million, according to the Federation of American Scientists.

The ship had been docked in the San Diego base to undergo routine maintenance between deployments when the fire broke out, Navy spokeswoman Krishna Jackson said.

Jackson told the New York Times that the sailors assigned to the ship at the time were staying in Navy or private housing on shore and were not on board when the fire started. A ‘duty section’ of sailors trained to fight fires were, however, of whom were first to respond.

Admiral Sobeck said that there was no ordnance on the ship at the time of the fire. The ship has light arms but would not normally have large explosive munitions, such as airdropped bombs, on board while docked, according to the Navy. 

The fire broke out around 8.51am on Sunday and San Diego Fire Rescue rushed to the scene

The fire broke out around 8.51am on Sunday and San Diego Fire Rescue rushed to the scene

The fire broke out around 8.51am on Sunday and San Diego Fire Rescue rushed to the scene

Firefighter pictured erecting a crane to battle the blaze Sunday morning

Firefighter pictured erecting a crane to battle the blaze Sunday morning

Firefighter pictured erecting a crane to battle the blaze Sunday morning

All SDFD personnel has been accounted for as of 11.19am, according to San Diego Fire authorities. No firefighters have been injured so far

All SDFD personnel has been accounted for as of 11.19am, according to San Diego Fire authorities. No firefighters have been injured so far

All SDFD personnel has been accounted for as of 11.19am, according to San Diego Fire authorities. No firefighters have been injured so far

A view of the smoking naval ship above. It's unclear what sparked the fire and explosion

A view of the smoking naval ship above. It's unclear what sparked the fire and explosion

A view of the smoking naval ship above. It’s unclear what sparked the fire and explosion

The USS Bonhomme Richard is an assault-style ship that’s outfitted to carry landing craft and transfer equipment, troops and landing boats.  

The ship’s last deployment was in 2018.

Firefighters from San Diego along with the unified command Federal Fire are battling the flames. 

The Naval Surface Forces of the US Pacific Fleet added that local, base and shipboard firefighters are responding to the blaze. 

All SDFD personnel has been accounted for as of 11.19am, according to San Diego Fire authorities.  No firefighters have been injured so far. 

Massive clouds of smoke enveloped the base in Sunday morning's fire

Massive clouds of smoke enveloped the base in Sunday morning's fire

Massive clouds of smoke enveloped the base in Sunday morning’s fire 

The USS Bonhomme Richard is an assault-style ship that's outfitted to carry landing craft and transfer equipment, troops and landing boats. The ship's last deployment was in 2018

The USS Bonhomme Richard is an assault-style ship that's outfitted to carry landing craft and transfer equipment, troops and landing boats. The ship's last deployment was in 2018

The USS Bonhomme Richard is an assault-style ship that’s outfitted to carry landing craft and transfer equipment, troops and landing boats. The ship’s last deployment was in 2018

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San Diego Fire-Rescue said 150 firefighters were sent out to quell the inferno. 

Shocking video as emerged showing the moment an explosion went off on the Naval ship. 

The keel for the Bonhomme Richard was laid down in 1995 and she was delivered to the Navy in 1998. 

The 23-year-old ship has the capacity to deploy and land helicopters, smaller boats and amphibious vehicles.

Because of its age, a fire could be particularly destructive, especially if it reached the engine room and other tight spaces with machinery, said Lawrence B. Brennan, a professor of admiralty and international maritime law at Fordham University in New York.

‘The heat of a fire of this nature can warp the steel, and that can be a major problem for any ship,’ said Brennan.

‘On an older ship, it’s even more of a problem.’

Two other docked ships, USS Fitzgerald and USS Russell, were moved to berths away from the fire, officials said.

Sailors aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) don fire fighting equipment to combat a fire aboard the ship

Sailors aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) don fire fighting equipment to combat a fire aboard the ship

Sailors aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) don fire fighting equipment to combat a fire aboard the ship

Several of the sailors on board the ship prepare to fight the fire on Sunday evening

Several of the sailors on board the ship prepare to fight the fire on Sunday evening

Several of the sailors on board the ship prepare to fight the fire on Sunday evening

Local, base and shipboard firefighters responded to the fire. USS Bonhomme Richard is going through a maintenance availability, which began in 2018

Local, base and shipboard firefighters responded to the fire. USS Bonhomme Richard is going through a maintenance availability, which began in 2018

Local, base and shipboard firefighters responded to the fire. USS Bonhomme Richard is going through a maintenance availability, which began in 2018

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Boy, 1, killed and three injured after Brooklyn cookout shooting

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A one-year-old boy has died after a shooting in Brooklyn, New York, where three other men were injured and just one of three gun-related incidents that broke out in the city this weekend.

Davell Gardner was fatally injured in the stomach after a dark SUV drove up to the scene of a cookout outside the Raymond Bush Playground in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood and at least two suspects dressed in black emerged and opened fire.

The shooting took place around 11.35pm on Sunday and the other victims were a 27-year-old man shot in the ankle, 35-year-old shot in the groin and a 36-year-old shot in the leg.

Cops were pictured on the scene at the Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Madison Street cross-section following the shooting. 

Two men dressed in black parked outside Raymond Bush Playground in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of New York City Sunday at 11.35pm and opened fire. A stroller was left at the scene as well as several chairs on the sidewalk

Two men dressed in black parked outside Raymond Bush Playground in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of New York City Sunday at 11.35pm and opened fire. A stroller was left at the scene as well as several chairs on the sidewalk

Two men dressed in black parked outside Raymond Bush Playground in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of New York City Sunday at 11.35pm and opened fire. A stroller was left at the scene as well as several chairs on the sidewalk

Police said the child had been sitting in a stroller. A stroller was left at the scene as well as several chairs on the sidewalk. 

The toddler was expected to survive but passed away around 2.30am on Monday after being transported to Maimonides Medical Center.

The New York Post pictured the child’s mother crying at the scene. The other victims have not been identified.

‘The baby was with his family enjoying a Sunday night in the Summer when someone started shooting,’ Chief Jeffrey Maddrey of the NYPD Chief of Community Affairs Bureau tweeted. 

‘Three people were injured and the baby was killed. This. Must. STOP! We as a community, we as a police department denounce this disgusting violence.’

‘These are the very real people affected by senseless gun violence,’ NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea tweeted as he asked anyone with information to contact police.

The police boss met with the child’s mother on Monday and Mayor Bill de Blasio mentioned the senseless shooting in his press briefing the same day. 

No suspects had been arrested by Monday at noon afternoon. 

‘All I ask is they get the people who done this,’ a relative at the scene of the shooting told The Post. 

Davell Gardner (not pictured), one, was shot in the stomach and died in hospital on Monday around 2.30am

Davell Gardner (not pictured), one, was shot in the stomach and died in hospital on Monday around 2.30am

Davell Gardner (not pictured), one, was shot in the stomach and died in hospital on Monday around 2.30am

Sunday’s incident came as part of a series of shootings since midday on Saturday where around 23 people were injured in New York City, according to police sources. ABC reported that on Sunday alone 16 people were injured in 11 gunfire incidents.

Two other minors were victims and both are expected to survive, according to authorities.

In Brooklyn’s Crown Heights neighborhood, a 12-year-old boy was shot in the leg on Prospect Place near Ralph Avenue around 9.10pm on Sunday. He was standing on a stoop when he felt pain and realized he’d been hit in the leg. He was in stable condition in hospital.

At around 5.30pm on Sunday, a 15-year-old boy was shot in the wrist at Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard near West 143rd Street in Harlem.

Since the start of the year until July 4 there have been 530 shooting incidents, compared to 350 in the same period last year. There haven’t been this many shootings reported since 1996.

Police data shows that shootings in the city last month were up 130 per cent year on the year – from 89 shootings last year to 205 this year. 

The family had been enjoying a cookout at Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Madison Street

The family had been enjoying a cookout at Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Madison Street

The family had been enjoying a cookout at Marcus Garvey Boulevard and Madison Street

The NYPD has blamed a recent surge in gun violence on the release of people from jails amid the coronavirus pandemic and on recent calls to defund the police in favour of injecting some of the money into deprived communities.

However Mayor Bill de Blasio has blamed the court system and the struggle that the pandemic has placed on already deprived communities.

 ‘Do we think this has to do with the fact that there’s record unemployment in the United States right now?’ Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez asked in a virtual Town Hall last Thursday. ‘The fact that people are at a level of economic desperation that we have not seen since the Great Recession?

‘Maybe this has to do with the fact that people aren’t paying their rent and are scared to pay their rent.

‘And so they go out, and they need to feed their child and they don’t have money so they feel like they either need to shoplift some bread or go hungry.’

Anyone with information on the case should contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-8477, or text CRIMES and then enter TIP577, or visit www.nypdcrimestoppers.com.

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Shocking moment man narrowly avoids being CRUSHED by a falling tree

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A young man came within inches of being struck by a tree when it fell across his front yard during lashing rain and high winds. 

Heart-stopping footage shows Timothy Sheetz head out onto his porch and lock the door to the family home in Janesville, Wisconsin.

But just as he is stepping onto the driveway the tree comes crashing down, sending him back up on to the porch.

Timothy Sheetz was almost crushed by a tree when it fell during rain and high winds in Janesville, Wisconsin. He is pictured above after the tree collapsed

Timothy Sheetz was almost crushed by a tree when it fell during rain and high winds in Janesville, Wisconsin. He is pictured above after the tree collapsed

Timothy Sheetz was almost crushed by a tree when it fell during rain and high winds in Janesville, Wisconsin. He is pictured above after the tree collapsed

The tree misses Timothy but it brings down the power lines stretching from the house to the street.

Relieved mother Lori Sheetz Blank posted the footage on social media, after the nail-biting moment was caught by her security camera. 

In the 30-second clip Timothy is undeterred by his near-miss and is seen returning coming back into short, skirting around the fallen tree and leaving.

Lori remarked: ‘The wires are right above his head. Aside from the tree he could have been electrocuted.’ 

She shared the clip on Facebook, writing: ‘So…Timothy Sheetz…How’s your day??? Hmmmm….

‘Thank you God for keeping him safe and giving us one more story to share. You are so good to us and we are grateful.’

The clip, which was taken on July 9, has been viewed more than 2,000 times.

Timothy is pictured here leaving the house moments before the tree, behind him, collapsed

Timothy is pictured here leaving the house moments before the tree, behind him, collapsed

Timothy is pictured here leaving the house moments before the tree, behind him, collapsed

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