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Celebrity baker and Carlo's Bake Shop owner, Buddy Valastro, is recovering after a terrible bowling accident. "There was a malfunction with the bowling pinsetter, a common fix in the past, but it turned into a terrible accident," they said. His hand remained impaled for more than five minutes until Buddy Jr., Marco, and Valastro's brother-in-law Joe Faugno, 52, a captain at the Harrison Fire Department in Hudson County, New Jersey, used a reciprocating saw to cut through the metal rod and free Valastro's hand. The special, airing Dec. 23 at 9 p.m. EDT, follows the events "as they transpired in real time," TLC says, and includes footage taken immediately after the accident. "Family time is the BEST time! Doing it all over again, left handed," Buddy Valastro wrote.