Crash, Cop Interrupt D.C. Sports Radio Interviews
October 8, 2010 at 12:57 PM (PT)
Two sports radio interviews on WASHINGTON radio were interrupted this week, reports the WASHINGTON POST's DAN STEINBERG, with one involving an on-air traffic collision and the other interrupted by police.
Sportswriter JOHN FEINSTEIN's weekly appearance on RED ZEBRA Sports WTEM-A (ESPN 980)/WASHINGTON on WEDNESDAY ended with a "scream and a profanity," writes STEINBERG, as FEINSTEIN's car got sideswiped by another car. The profanity didn't make it to the air, and FEINSTEIN was okay. On THURSDAY, WASHINGTON CAPITALS player BROOKS LAICH's talk with MIKE WISE and HOLDEN KUSHNER on CBS RADIO Sports WJFK (106.7 THE FAN) ended with a policeman interrupting LAICH to tell him that his car was in a no-parking zone.