After being alerted last Friday to the tornado threat, Hensley said his station made extensive plans early in the week.
“We were talking about this storm three or four days ago,” Hensley said. “Technology allows us to do that now.”
“He (England) tries to position the crews where he thinks the storms will form,” Krier said. “They've got to get them out west before they form because you can't send anyone out there once that line starts. We have to be on the other side and follow it in.”
The TV stations had to decide whether to stick with storm coverage throughout the evening or return to network programming.
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