A reputed journalist was caught on camera saying that she tried to get in touch with the dead for response; here is how Twitterati handled it
In a video, a journalist during the live broadcast is seen talking about trying to get in touch with the man who was killed. It's no surprise that the video is going viral.
A journalist was reporting live for a TV channel from the Anaheim Police Station on a crime story. The journalist is Sara Welch, a reporter from the United States of America, who was reporting live for Los Angeles news channel KLTA.
She was speaking on the fatal pursuit in South California. But while reporting, she said, “We tried to reach out to the man, who died in this pursuit, he was unavailable for comment.”
When I say I nearly passed out from laughing... pic.twitter.com/TJgpLocqrL— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) September 16, 2019
The video clip was shared on Twitter by journalist Yasher Ali, and it has gone viral now. Twitterati has created memes on it.
However, reports also say that Welsh is a reputed reporter who had received an Emmy nomination for her work during coverage of 9/11 incident.
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Last Updated 20, Sep 2019, 4:25 PM