The iconic special news report of a Channel 3 News, a midwestern U.S. news network, that first broke out the news of the outbreak on the night of May 6th, 2004 all the way up to hour 26 of the outbreak on May 7th, 2004. The reporter David Barrows has been lauded a hero by the survivors of the outbreak roughly a decade later for his decision to stay on air despite the increasing amounts of "reanimates" on the streets. Barrows was last seen tearfully exiting the station telling his wife and kids that he was coming home and they would be leaving to a refugee camp. As of June 2019, fate of Barrows along with his family remains unknown though it is very likely he was killed. A copy of this news report, along with Andy's Lost Tape, now exists in the Museum of the Outbreak Survivors in a rebuilt Washington, D.C.