New Orleans Reporter Courtney Garrett
New Orleans – Two local residents were horrified to learn of Connor Lambert’s death after a tornado tore through their neighbourhood in Alabi, Louisiana. As their home was leveled and his truck flipped over, the pair could only speculate as to what had caused this terrible loss.
Mr Lambert had only lived in the area for a few years and had previously moved to his current address. He left home the evening before the tornado to go to work, but due to weather conditions he had to leave early in order to make it to work on time.
At the station, he was found unresponsive and taken to hospital where he later succumbed from his injuries. This tragedy has sent shockwaves throughout the city as many fear for their loved ones’ safety.
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Courtney is a reporter for WSMV 4 who joined the news team in October 2021. A native of Knoxville, TN, she has always had an interest in reporting. Prior to joining our station she worked at sister station KNOE in Monroe, LA where she covered stories such as hurricane season, education issues and local government.
Prior to joining the station, she had worked as a multimedia reporter in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she exposed a mayor who denied Navajo Nation residents access to quarantine during COVID-19 and revealed vaccination disparities for people living in rural areas of the state. Her reporting also led to the launch of vaccine programs and clinics in those communities.
She is also a proud member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
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