Her son was attending boarding school in Sendai, and Craft was unable to reach him for two days, even as she reported on the devastating effects of the quake and tsunami.
The report will be featured on tonight’s “CBS Evening News.”
Craft also reports for a number of other outlets, including the “Nightly Business Report, which airs on PBS.
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