Reporter Interrupts Facebook Live Report To Save Therapy Dog From Hurricane Florence Flooding

Reporter Julie Wilson from WTVD interrupts her Facebook Live streaming report to help a woman save her daughter's therapy dog in New Bern, NC during Hurricane Florence flooding.

Hurricane Florence flooding presented a big challenge TV reporter Julie Wilson.

She was focused on her Facebook Live streaming report in New Bern, North Carolina.

Wilson was doing a very good job describing all the dangers surrounding her as the flood waters continued to rise.

But when she came across a woman determined to save her daughter’s therapy dog, she immediately shifted to what was most important–saving the dog.

Julie Wilson, a reporter for WTVD, helps save a dog when Hurricane Florence hit New Bern, N.C., Sept. 14, 2018. Courtesy: ABC News

Wilson brought visitors along sloshing through the waters as the scared and desperate woman and Wilson made their way to the woman’s house.

Feel free to watch the entire report unfold. Things really pick up at 7:15.

Wilson works for WTVD. Great reporting and stay safe, Julie.

ABC News has more on the live shot and the surrounding area.

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Reporter Interrupts Facebook Live Report To Save Therapy Dog From Hurricane Florence Flooding

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