Court reporters may dream of getting a Jaguar XF, but probably not like this
A Jaguar XF, similar to this one, crashed into a court reporting firm's office in Dayton, Ohio this week. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.
When we see news stories about court reporting, they tend to be like this recent one, which featured an online headline that trumpeted:
Court reporting offers great starting salaries, low student debt
Yes, that’s true, and local news outlets like this one in Cleveland, Ohio, don’t ever seem to tire of doing stories about court reporting as a career. Although, if you’ve read one, well, you know the rest.
After a steady diet of court reporting-career stories, it’s no wonder that this one got our attention.
Driver loses control, slams into local court reporting firm
This Dayton, Ohio-based TV station gives just a few facts about the incident in this initial report, and buries one of the most interesting aspects of the story: The car was a Jaguar XF, which the driver abandoned. Now that’s interesting.
Have you heard anything else about this story? Let us know.
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