Good morning! It's "hump day," Wednesday, September 26th. This is David Whisenant in the WBTV newsroom. We're working on several stories that we'll have for you on WBTV New This Morning.
We have more information on an industrial accident that happened in west Charlotte late last night. A man was burned in an acid spill. WBTV's Kristen Hampton is live with more details, including the chemical cloud that was formed from the fumes.
Also we have another very inspirational story in our series about survivors of breast cancer.
Plus, now the president is even weighing in on that controversial touchdown/interception call from the Packers-Seahawks game.
Our Astrid Martinez put the final touches on a story that could save you a few headaches and a lot of time in your morning commute.
Meteorologist Al Conklin is working on our First Alert forecast and Tonya Rivens is checking the roads to make sure you have the best route to work today.
I hope you can join Christine Nelson and me for WBTV News This Morning, starting at 4:30.