FOX 4 Employees Share Their Experiences of the 2017 Solar Eclipse

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Three FOX 4 employees share their experiences of being in the path of totality during the 2017 solar eclipse. They recall the beauty of the event and the excitement of witnessing the sky darken during the point of totality.

When you work in TV news, you move around quite a bit. Three FOX 4 employees, one who was already working here at the time, got to be in the path of totality back in 2017. They shared their experiences. If you were in North Texas in 2017, then you may recall the beauty that was the partial solar eclipse . Some people that year we're lucky enough to be in the path of totality . FOX 4 producer Annie Vogeler was working at a TV station in Des Moines, Iowa at the time. She and a crew drove to St.

Joseph, Missouri to do a remote shoot. "Just RVs everywhere," she recalled. She remembers it being cloudy that day. Then, at just the right time, the clouds opened up. "For about 15 seconds, only during the point of totality, did the clouds clear up," she said. "And it was crazy because the sky was so dark." FOX 4 photojournalist Marc Gustafson was working that day too. He was at a station in Little Rock, Arkansas. "They called that one the Great American Eclipse," he recalled

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