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Flood Zone Reporter's Notebook

Flood Zone Reporter's Notebook



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(Apr 28, 2005) --
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This report was automatically downloaded to computers, mp3 players, and iPods subscribed to the KSL Press Pass Podcast. For more information on the podcast click here."Hi there, it's Ben Winslow from KSL Newsradio 1160 and I'm in Brigham City covering the flooding and this is my reporter's notebook.

A few interesting things to share with you as I drive back right now from Brigham City. Thought I'd take this time to share my thoughts and a little behind the scenes stuff that goes on when you're covering a flood.

When I went down to St. George and covered the flooding down there where homes went into the rivers I had very little notice. I was sent down in a very expensive suit and dress shoes...."

For the rest of Ben's behind the scenes look at what it has been like to cover the flooding in Northern and Southern Utah listen to the reporter's notebook...


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