Michael Hingson with Guide Dogs For The Blind

by | Oct 18, 2004

Michael Hingson, blind since birth–and working as a sales executive on the 78th Floor of The World Trade Center’s North Tower when it was attacked on 9/11, then led to safety by his guide dog, Roselle–discusses the training, relationship and teamwork he & Roselle tapped to navigate their way out of the Tower, as well as the myriad ways his life changed that day, including a career switch that now has him working with Guide Dogs For The Blind.  [www.guidedogs.com]

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COMEDY CORNER: The Smothers Brothers’ “Gnus”
MUSIC: Soul Coughing’s “Bug,” Geraint Watkins’  “Turn That Chicken Down,”  instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: Mark Lindsay’s “Silverbird”

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