Watch As A Bank Robber Interrupts This News Reporter During Live Broadcast

Written by Ana Krneta
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Live TV for any means of communication is exciting because no matter how much you plan and practice, you can’t perfectly foolproof content at all times. We can try and organize ourselves as much as possible, but we really have no control over outside influences.

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Adam Sallet is a reporter for KIMT who covers local news in Rochester, Minnesota. He was reporting live outside of a Sterling State Bank on a robbery that had taken place, at that location earlier in the day, when the unexpected happened.

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Just as he began his live broadcast, a bank employee came up from behind him, yelling, and pointed that the robber was across the street from them. At first, Sallet didn't hear him properly, but he gets really excited when he finally understands what's going on.

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Sallet explains that he has to sign off and stop the broadcast. ‘Oh, that’s the robber. This is live TV folks. That’s the robber, just went by, according to the bank employee. So....I gotta go here and call 911, I’ll talk to you later.’ That is just the nature of live TV folks but, even so, this is one of the very few times that the criminal being reported has interrupted a broadcast.

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Just as he began his live broadcast, a bank employee came up from behind him, yelling, and pointed that the robber was across the street from them. At first, Sallet didn't hear him properly, but he gets really excited when he finally understands what's going on.

Sallet explains that he has to sign off and stop the broadcast. ‘Oh, that’s the robber. This is live TV folks. That’s the robber, just went by, according to the bank employee. So....I gotta go here and call 911, I’ll talk to you later.’ That is just the nature of live TV folks but, even so, this is one of the very few times that the criminal being reported has interrupted a broadcast.

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