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WJXT Airs Special on Hurricane Dorian


Topic: Environment
Posted on 9/23/2019

Graham Media-owned WJXT Jacksonville, Fla., aired on September 24 96 Hours of Anguish, an hour-long documentary on Hurricane Dorian, which landed in The Bahamas on September 1. Reporter Vic Micolucci and Photojournalist Jesse Hanson spent four days - 96 hours - covering the disaster and captured hours of footage. The resulting documentary highlights Bahamians who struggled to survive and Florida-based volunteer operations bringing crucial supplies into hard to access areas.



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