A 200-foot AM radio tower has been lacking for not less than per week, leaving an Alabama radio station in a monetary disaster and on a determined hunt.
As first reported by Memphis’ Motion Information 5, Jasper, Alabama, radio station WJLX 101.5 FM/1240 AM, despatched a bush hog crew to take care of the world across the tower on February 2. The tower is behind a poultry plant in a forested space, per The Guardian. As soon as there, a crew member referred to as station supervisor Brett Elmore, informing him that the 200-foot construction that CNN says has been there for the reason that ’50s had disappeared.
“He stated, ‘The tower is gone. There’s wires [sic] in all places, and it is gone,’” Elmore instructed Motion Information 5.
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