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Chauffeur’s Driving Skills Save Good Morning America Anchor

LCT Staff
Posted on November 19, 2008

NEW YORK CITY – ABC’s Good Morning America anchor Sam Champion escaped a serious collision because his chauffeur is very good at his job. New York-based Bermuda Limousine International chauffeur Bryan Ritzul’s driving skills avoided a very serious collision happening right in front of the car. The Good Morning America story features DriveCam video and tracks what happened on the road and inside the car. Champion was extremely grateful and brought Ritzul onto the show to thank him.

Click here to view to video.

Source: Bermuda Limousine International

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