First Channel 12 called to ask about the story, then Fox 6.
By evening there was an email sent from Fox News in New York.
The regional assignement editor Cheryl Robinson reached out to see who shot the video, who owned the video and could they have permission to use the video.
Side note: Odd as it may seem, I don’t have a TV so if anyone sees the broadcast nationally can you let me know? Thanks.
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