NC news anchor stuns viewers with distressing message: ‘I have ALS’
January 27, 2015 - als
RALEIGH, N.C. — A internal TV fable in North Carolina dumbfounded his viewers recently with a distressing message: He has ALS.
WTVD news anchor Larry Stogner done a proclamation during a newscast final week.
“I am certain that in new months, you’ve beheld a change in my voice, my speech, slower,” he said. “Many of we were kind adequate to email me ideas about what it competence be, or only to uncover concern, and we truly conclude that. As it turns out, we have ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease.”
Stogner combined that his career in promote broadcasting is entrance to an end.
ALS, or Amyotrophic parallel sclerosis, is a illness of a haughtiness cells in a mind and spinal cord that control intentional flesh movement.
WTVD is an ABC associate serving the areas of Durham, Raleigh and Chapel Hill. Stogner was been with a station for scarcely 40 years. He took partial in a ALS Ice Bucket Challenge over a summer.
Watch Stogner’s proclamation in a video above.