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Hi everybody it has been an important and very intense week for our country and of course here -- our newsroom as we have covered the Boston Marathon bombing.
And Jennifer Rivera are green room producer has had a chance to talk to some of our.
Anchors and our reporters about just what it's like to have to cover a breaking news event like this yes it's been a very tense week for -- Take a look what they said.
We've just gotten word -- not one but two explosions.
Near the finish line of the Boston Marathon the FBI the Secret Service now investigating several suspicious letters at a preliminary tested positive.
Preliminarily tested positive.
For the deadly poison known as rice and.
Terror as a massive blast -- so fertilizer plant near Waco Texas we are releasing photos of these two suspects.
They identified a suspect one and suspect to.
Police -- on the scene of a shooting incident at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston to -- just came from the Boston Police and it -- in -- caps captured.
The hunt is over the search is done.
The terror is over and justice has one suspect in custody how do you pull yourself back and try to make sure you're giving solid news and fat.
X he just try to stick to -- giving opinion this is one of those times -- the facts tell the story plus people are rose in -- talking on us this is not true this is true you can go with this.
So the best thing about fox is -- seasonable these resource you -- person in Boston you know.
Some and their expert in Washington next thing you know even without commercials the whole hours gone by.
It's more important to be accurate than it -- to be first -- every now and then you have things come together and your right and your first inning lead the competition.
But you never want to be out front with wrong facts and I'll tell you it's really difficult.
In this age -- you know Twitter and all the social media and you have reporters in 24 hour -- like cable network as we are.
-- everybody's got so much information coming that betting that information and take time to dial it back is really the challenge.
And exciting and ever get to know -- these very exciting it's a privilege to be in this position just a challenge to get the right words out to get the right story out the amazing thing is -- they cover in the marathon immigration and guns.
The next day it's IED's in Boston in -- fertilizer explosion in Texas and then it's back to Boston.
Every story has the potential to scratch your heart Newtown Connecticut as a as a mom of the six and a three year old.
It was hard I was on the air when we.
Were first giving the numbers of how many people have actually died the reality 26 -- And you know -- compartmentalized.
In that moment when I got home late that night.
I went in and I have a little purple carpet between the toddler bed in the bed that my kindergarten -- sleeps and I got a pillow -- I slept on that little purple carpet between my girls.
Because I just wanted to be near them.
And when I woke up the next morning they had crawled out of their beds and gotten under each arm I didn't feel it and they -- -- -- up with.
Can you recall lesson learned from this week the lesson this week -- -- expect the unexpected just when you think you know what's coming up.
But come up -- Washington congress in congress is out in mid term elections here.
This speech is coming up and then all of a sudden throw out the script throughout the agenda change -- things to do list because the world -- a way of changing that for you.
Brian Kilmeade is so right I mean that is the nature of news which is to always.
Expect the unexpected and we appreciate all of you.
Trusting us for your coverage this week thanks so much for joining us and we'll see you in the green room next week.
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