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Harrisburg TV reporter claims he was attacked during run

Photo: WHP-TV
Photo: WHP-TV

A Pennsylvania television station said one of their reporters was attacked during a jog over the weekend.

Harrisburg CBS affiliate WHP-TV reported on Sunday that meteorologist and reporter Kirck Clyatt was attacked by several people during an early morning run on Sunday.

According to the station, a group of at least six individuals — five men and a woman — attacked Clyatt and at least one other person. The station and police are now asking for individuals with information about the assailants to come forward.

Clyatt delivered the report on his own attack during the station’s early morning news on Sunday. Clyatt’s injuries were not visible during the broadcast.

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