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Reporter attacked in Chico while reporting on mass overdose

SFGate Monday, 14 January 2019
Reporter attacked in Chico while reporting on mass overdoseA reporter for a Redding news station was attacked during a live broadcast while reporting from the site of several fentanyl overdoses in Chico, California.

On Saturday, KRCR reporter Meaghan Mackey was livestreaming from the scene of a mass drug overdose that left one person dead and sent at least 12 people to the hospital.

As the Facebook Live continued to roll, a woman from off-camera can be overheard saying, "This is disrespectful, do you understand that?," before another woman began yelling, "Get the f--- out of here."
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A reporter was attacked while on Facebook Live in Chico. She was covering the story of the mass overdose at a home, where 1 man died, and 14 others were rushed to the hospital. Mugo Odigwe has more details.

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