A journalist gets to see more than meets the eye of the public
By James Roberts
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 1:55 pm
One of the perks of this job is that, as reporters, we often get special, behind-the-scenes access to various events throughout the community. Well, that and the occasional free lunch.
Last week, we were present for two mock disasters, one a crash on North Central Avenue and the other a shooting/hostage situation at Taylor County Middle School.
I was a bit bummed out that I was unable to cover the mock crash because of a meeting, but I still got to see our emergency service professionals in action later on in the week.
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