Basketball fans in Columbus, Ohio, missed the end of North Carolina’s regional final win against Kentucky as a tornado warning interrupted the broadcast.
Talk about gone with the wind.
WBNS-TV viewers in Columbus, Ohio, missed the deciding moments of Sunday’s North Carolina-Kentucky regional title game — Malik Monk’s tying three and Luke Maye’s final-second winner — because its weather staff cut in to deliver news of a tornado warning for Franklin and Madison counties.
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