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But as the first miner rose from the abyss in Chile Tuesday night, it reminded me what I love most about what I do. Throw out the scripts, and watch history as it happens. With you. And add information and insight when appropriate.
When appropriate? You bet. Because the pictures and sound from the scene told the story as Florencio Avalos surfaced. This is the video and the sound from Chilean TV.
If you were choked up watching that little boy anticipating seeing his dad for the first time in more than two months, rest assured, so were we.
Good news, no, great news, on live television.