An unexpected situation occurred today. welcome., Morning of Channel 13, journalist through live dispatch Marilyn Perez I reported a fatal fire and shed tears. Vertical butterfly.
The fact that it happened at the intersection of Las Pritras Street and Las Quilas Dos left two dead, yet unknown. But according to neighbors, she is a 59-year-old woman who is struggling with travel. The only survivors of the tragedy were two of puppies and newborns.
Journalist welcome. He explained Cerro Navia's situation when he began to cry centrally and timely through his story. I heard a cry for a few seconds Tonka Tomichichi, The program's cheerleader, who must complete the dispatch.
"I know it's difficult to report such a topic."We listened to the driver, changed the topic, and continued the program schedule.
– # Welcome13 (@ Welcome13) November 14, 2018
It should be noted that notera is not the first to be excited with live events as a tragic event. It also happened in January 2017, When he had to declare a fire. Hualañé Lack of food has killed dozens of animals.
has exist Social network, The cries of the reporters were inconspicuous, even gave birth to critics in the program, and communicated the facts about Marylin Perez's reaction and his comments on flattery.
Cerro Navia's tragic fire broke out and tearfully sent Marilyn Pérez, a Bienvenidos reporter. I was impressed by his sensitivity. We advocate humanity, and we do not live in indolencia. It is not unprofessional feelings, but a living mind.
– Denis Marebran (@ denissse Malebran) November 14, 2018
– Dinelly (@DinellyM) November 14, 2018
# Marin Perez Thank you for the voluntary response of this journalist. Great man @ Welcome13 Let's help the little dog with the baby. The crying Marilyn was touching the dog's face. @TonkaTP @ramirez_polo
– Andrea Guerrero Lizama (@ Andrea197804) November 14, 2018
Members' description # Welcome13 With the tragic fire of Cerro Navia and the injured by the anguish of journalist Marilyn Pérez. In contrast to the laughs of the "Change Theme" program, market help is appreciated. @LavinJoaquin # Welcome 13
– Capri Sandra (@ Capri sard) November 14, 2018
Marilyn Perez, a reporter, began to cry when a fire broke out on a hill where two people died and a recently born dog and two young men survived and she could not bear the tragedy and provided a huge human specimen .
– JoviNomas?☄ (@ JordanaRamona4) November 14, 2018
I would have started to cry with Marilyn Perez. Talk about being a non-robot person. ?? Always provide professional, responsible information and do not start with jars like the others in the program. # Welcome13
– Natalia Vidal (@natydvo) November 14, 2018
Oh! The enormous Marilyn Pérez shed tears when piercing the screen for a dog that lost three of five puppies. Tmbn has happened to me in the air for similar cases and I understand you 100%. I respectfully respect my respect.# Welcome13
– Gonzalo Barrera (@ gbarrerac) November 14, 2018