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Nina Kapur Biography – Nina Kapur Wiki
Nina Kapur was a reporter for WCBS-TV in New York since June 2019. Prior to joining CBS, she was a reporter and multimedia journalist at News 12 Connecticut from November 2017 to June 2019.
From May 2016 to Nov 2017, she was a Multimedia Journalist and Weekend Anchor at WDVM TV localDVM.com. From Aug 2012 – May 2016 she was a student at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She was a Freelance Primary Reporter at KWES-TV NewsWest 9 from Feb 2016 until Feb 2016.
From May 2015 – Aug 2015, she was an Intern at the News Department of WPVI-TV 6ABC Philadelphia. She was also an Intern at WAER 88.3 Syracuse Public Radio from Jan 2014 until May 2014.
Nina Kapur Age
She was 26 years old.
Nina Kapur Death – Nina Kapur Accident
Nina Kapur died at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan after a moped accident in Manhattan on Saturday, July 18, 2020. CBS New York confirmed her death in a statement on Sunday, July 19, 2020: “We are heartbroken here at CBS2 as a member of our news family has passed away. Reporter Nina Kapur joined the team in June 2019 and was known for her contagious smile and love for storytelling. She was involved in a moped accident Saturday in the city and died at Bellevue Hospital. Our thoughts and prayers are with Nina’s family. She will be missed.”
WCBS reporter John Dias tweeted: “Finding it hard to report today, but pulling myself together because I know @ninakapur1 wouldn’t want me to fall apart. She was a true angel on earth, and now she is a real one in heaven.”
Nina Kapur Cause of Death
Nina Kapur’s cause of death was injuries from a moped accident.
Nina Kapur Instagram
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The story goes… when off duty firefighter Stephen Siller got word of a plane hitting the north tower of the World Trade Center, he immediately grabbed his gear and drove his truck towards the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, but it had already been closed. So he strapped 60lb of gear to his back and ran on foot towards the Twin Towers, where he ultimately lost his life. It was such a privilege to watch thousands of others run in his footsteps today. #TunneltoTowers