Fox News reporter Casey Stegall visited Galveston, Texas on Friday in wake of warnings of Hurricane Harvey hitting around 30 counties in the state of Texas.
“The window is closing for people to evacuate,” he noted amid a starting storm. “As you can see in conditions like this, if you’re stuck in a traffic jam trying to get out of town, that could be problematic.”
But, just he began listing the potential dangers of the hurricane, a woman in drenched clothes approached him, smiling ear-to-ear.
“Have some Galveston beer!” she offered Stegall, giving him a six-pack.
“Thank you. That will be nice for after we are done covering this,” he said and placed the beer right next to him.
“There you go. Just friendly people here,” he said, explaining how most of the town’s population is leaving as a precaution measure against the storm. On the other hand, many people remained in efforts to snap the storm on their cameras.
Now that's what I call a GOOD photo bomb! She was very sweet and even gave me a hug… moment of levity, reporting on serious matters. https://t.co/KlBM02jb7C