Crazy video: Reporter gets shot at while doing an interview about a shooting

Eyewitness News reporter Sean Delancey became the story Saturday afternoon when he was shot at while his cameras rolled on the dangerous west side of Charleston, W.Va.

WCHC ABC 8 reported:

While gathering a neighbors reaction to the Friday night shooting someone fired multiple shots towards Delancey and the lady he was interviewing while his camera was rolling.

Neither was injured by the shots.

Delancey said he could make out three of four young men in the distance who then fled the scene, but said he could not see who was holding the gun.

“When I heard the first shot, my whole body went stiff. It was only when I got behind the car you realized how close it was because you could hear that zip,” said Delancey.
Charleston police are currently looking for the gunman.


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