There always seems to be a viral news video popping up, and today is no exception. Like Charles Ramsey from the 2013 Ohio kidnapping rescue, this Ohio woman took to live TV with a shocking statement.
A burning blaze forced Heather Tenney and her husband out of their home early Thursday morning — luckily, no one was hurt...except maybe someone's reputation.
The fire broke out around 3:45 a.m. in Leavittsburg, Ohio and WKBN reports that the fire started in the garage before spreading to 2 houses.
When WKBN reporter Derrick Lewis began interviewing Tenney for breaking news coverage, he had no idea what he was in for.
Skip to 1:40 for the shocking claim:
Crazy right? Well whatever the cause of the fire, we're just glad Tenney and her seemingly confused husband are ok!
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Woman makes shocking claim on live TV
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