I live in Pulaski, and although the tornado did not damage where I live, I do want to help. This is the first time that something like this has happened in our town and as a community we need to HELP EACH OTHER. Thanks to everyone who has helped.And thanks for all the tv and radio coverage.
Just wanted to commend the weather coverage you offer, especially during SEVERE weather. It's very important to have such information available, and I was so very impressed that you even had a captionist putting up the closed captioning. You all keep up the good work - just ignore the complainers. It's insane for anyone to think Jeopardy is more important than saving people's lives!!!! Thanks to the cable company, all I have to rely on for severe weather now is your station.
I would just like to add my comment concerning the semi trucks are not only aggressive on I-81, they are also on the 1800 block of Greenbrier Ave. I'm very surprised no one has been injured yet,close.I have to listen to the jake brake sound and the vibrations it feels as though were having an earth quake,shakes my whole house.Plus this is a vey narrow street and they take up a lot of room,leaving one with nowhere to go. Your stuck.Not to speak of the noise..This is not right.
Thank You....I have reported it,nobody cares I guess...
I was disgusted at your Chris Hurst's "reporting" after the recent double tornado fallout in Pulaski County.
In a video clip, he suggestively asks why a gentleman believes he was spared by the lord, pointing to an unharmed religious statue as proof as to why the man's house and remaining property was also spared, underlining his faith in the lord. This, just yards away from a sobbing woman who had lost everything. Not a very Christian thing to do!
Let's get one thing clear.
Bad things happen to good folks too! We suffer and prosper TOGETHER.
I am of Christian origin and I found this magic show to be both offensive and unprofessional. Let's not victimize these unfortunate folks any further. Report the facts.
Shame on you, WDBJ7.
I want to send my gratitude and praise for the excellent job Brent Watts did Friday evening during the severe storm and tornsdo warnings. I was at home by myself, and had family traveling in the Pulaski area when the warnings occured. Brent provided information in the most professional manner, but also in terms that I coud follow and understand. Thank you for helping during a very uneasy time.
I just wanted to say that you storm coverage was excellant. Those people complaining about missing there shows are selfish. If a tornado comes close to where I live I want to be informed on whats happing. That information saves lives.
We live in Floyd County and would like to express our gratitude to Brent Watts and Channel 7 for the outstanding coverage of the storm threats on Friday evening. The detailed coverage of the tornado threat was amazing. We appreciate how you used advanced technology to warn and help us feel safer. Thank you for interrupting regular programming to provide us with current, accurate information.
I thought that Brent Watts did a great job reporting the storm story last night. He was calm and informative. He didn't exaggerate the story but just explained it in an understandable way. Good job Brent.
We tuned in to your morning newscast first thing on Saturday to view coverage of the tornados in the area. What a disappointment! Your lack of coverage on such a major weather event in our area is inexcusable for a station of your caliber! Were all of your news crews sleeping in on a Saturday morning?
We wanted to tell you what a fantastic job Brent Watts did reporting the storms tonight that came through the NRV and surrounding areas. Brent was excellent at alerting people of the path of the storm and which areas needed to seek shelter as it was happening and staying with the reporting until all areas were out of danger in the viewing areas. We were appalled to hear that someone had called to complain about missing Jeopardy.
Thank you again for putting the safety of the viewing area over programing.
Dan and Faye Conner, Radford