A few things you need to know about ABC’s Diane Sawyer: if New York gets slammed by a sixth consecutive winter storm, she’s not reporting the story from her warm, toasty studio. That’s why she was reporting ABC’s World News tonight from snow covered Central Park. The second thing is this: nothing throws her. Not even a guy on cross country skis who cruises right into the middle of her broadcast.
Sawyer, ever the velvet smooth broadcaster, never misses a beat–inviting the speechless man to continue on his way, and even directing him through ABC’s remote location, past Sam Champion and the crew, and on his way. Skis, of course, being a perfectly valid mode of transportation in the park after the nonstop winter storms blew away an 86 year old record–19 inches of snow was dumped in Central Park, marking the snowiest January in New York’s history
Watch it here from ABC News:
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