WDBJ anchor Jean Jadhon went "On The Record" tonight to discuss the tragic shooting of a reporter and cameraman during a live television broadcast.

Jadhon knew the victims, Alison Parker and Adam Ward, and the shooter, Vester Lee Flanagan.

Jadhon said that Flanagan worked at the station for a little less than a year and was known as an angry, volatile man.

She pointed out that when Flanagan was let go, he had to be escorted out of the building by police. She added that WDBJ employees were told to call police if they saw Flanagan, because it was clear he was angry at the station and the people who worked there.

"In a scary way, when I heard it was him, I wasn't surprised," Jadhon said.

"It just goes to show all of us how troubled this guy was. Who does something like that?"

Watch the "On The Record" interview above.


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