WBZ-TV Live Crew At A Boston Fire Training Facility

Videographer Ken Stiles crawls into a tight spot for the live shot
Tight Squeeze Videographer Ken Stiles crawls into a tight spot for the live shot
No one manning the camera, Peg's hoping it doesn't fall.
Taking a Break No one manning the camera, Peg's hoping it doesn't fall.
The live shot set up at the bottom of a 30 foot shaft at a Boston Fire training facility.
Bottom of the Shaft The live shot set up at the bottom of a 30 foot shaft at a Boston Fire training facility.
Peg reads over her notes that she taped to the tunnel shaft.
Rehearsing Peg reads over her notes that she taped to the tunnel shaft.
The live shot is just a few seconds away.
Getting Ready The live shot is just a few seconds away.
Peg is looking up from the bottom of a 30-foot training shaft.
Peg in a Shaft Peg is looking up from the bottom of a 30-foot training shaft.
Videographer Terry McNamara holds the camera steady while Peg is on the air.
Looking Down On Peg Videographer Terry McNamara holds the camera steady while Peg is on the air.
Videographer Terry McNamara aims the camera down a 30 foot shaft.
Looking Down On Peg Videographer Terry McNamara aims the camera down a 30 foot shaft.
Peg Rusconi didn't have much room to crawl into her live shot location.
Peg in a Shaft Peg Rusconi didn't have much room to crawl into her live shot location.
Peg has to sit and wait at the bottom of a 30-foot shaft.
Peg Rusconi Gets Ready For Live Shot Peg has to sit and wait at the bottom of a 30-foot shaft.
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