Amber Roberts Wiki – Amber Roberts Biography
Amber Roberts is a Multimedia Journalist at FOX46 Charlotte, WJZY-TV. The reporter is in the headlines after she and a photographer narrowly escaped being washed away after raging floodwater caused a bridge right from under their feet as they were live on TV.
The scary incident went down Thursday, November 12th in Alexander County, N.C. on the Hiddenite Bridge where FOX 46 reporter Amber Roberts was in the middle of her live report when a huge chunk of the bridge.
Roberts knelt down and pointed to a section of the two-lane car bridge to show the roadway bowing amid the torrential storm, the footage shows. “This bridge is literally sinking. Take a look at the ground, you can see it caving in,” she said.
Seconds later, the section of the roadway collapses and falls into the water as Roberts screams in shock. In a tweet after the ordeal, Roberts said she was thankful both her and her cameraman escaped the dangerous scene uninjured.
“I am SO #thankful me and my @FOX46News #photojournalist, @JonMonteFOX46 are okay. I’m sending #prayers up to the people of #Alexander #County impacted by today’s #flooding,” she wrote.
— Amber Roberts (@AmberRobReports) November 13, 2020
Amber Roberts Age
Amber Roberts’s age is unknown.
Amber Roberts Education
She earned my Master of Science degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from Syracuse University. Amber also holds a Bachelor of Art in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hil
Amber Roberts works as a Multimedia Journalist for FOX46 Charlotte, WJZY-TV from 2017 as per LinkedIn. She writes under the job description, “Working in my hometown of Charlotte, as an on-air multimedia journalist, is a dream come true. It allows me to combine my love of storytelling, with the love of my city, which is rewarding.
I’m a member of the “Good Day Charlotte,” morning show. I cover a wide range of topics including, but not limited to, breaking news, crime, and hyper-local community stories. I primarily operate as a one-woman-band: I find exclusive stories, write the copy, shoot on high-definition cameras, edit video, and operate my live shots.”
Prior to this, she worked as a reporter at WGHP, Fox 8 News in Greensboro, NC, and WCTI, NewsChannel 12 in New Bern, NC. Her first on-air experience was awarded to me at the end of my graduate studies, where she served as a Capitol Hill Correspondent in Washington, DC for KNWA-TV, a station based in Fayetteville, AR.broke off and fell into the water.