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Un reportero y un camarógrafo fueron asesinados durante reportaje en vivo

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El miércoles (Agosto 26) un reportero y camarógrafo recibieron disparos en un reportaje en vivo en Moneta, Va.
De acuerdo a NBC-12, Alison Parker de 24 años y Adam Ward de 27 años, quienes trabajaban para WDBJ-TV (Canal 7), fueron asesinados por Vester Lee Flanagan, ex empleado de la estación. Vicki Gardner, jefe de la camada de comercio de Smith Mountain Lake, también recibió disparos en la parte de atrás del cuello mientras era entrevistada en directo; aunque recibió heridas profundas todavía vive.
Momentos después del homicidio, WDBJ y Reuters reportaron en Twitter que Flanagan se disparó en una carretera cerca del lugar de los hechos. En el momento, diferentes agencias de noticias reportaron que permanecía vivo pero en condiciones críticas.
La policía continúa investigando la razón del incidente.

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Reporter and cameraman shot during live broadcast

By Paula Alzate

A reporter and a cameraman were killed on Wednesday (Aug. 26) during a live TV broadcast in Moneta, Va.
According to NBC-12, 24-year-old Alison Parker and 27-year-old Adam Ward, who worked for WDBJ-TV (Channel 7), were murdered by former station employee Vester Lee Flanagan. Vicki Gardner, the head of the Smith Mountain Lake Chamber of Commerce, was shot in the back of the neck while being interviewed on camera. She lived.
Moments after the on-camera shooting, WDBJ and Reuters reported on Twitter that Flanagan had shot himself on a highway near the crime scene. At press time, multiple news agencies were reporting that Flanagan remained alive and in critical condition.  
The police continue to investigate the reasons for the incident.

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