Here's a question. Pretty quickly a major incident was called on this tragic incident.
As it happened 'in the middle of the night' so to speak, does that in newsrooms put out an alert to more senior editors, to come in and help out?
I know places like Sky and the BBC have experienced editors rostered on overnight shifts in any case, but would the numbers swelled slightly to cover this, once the enormity was unfolding?
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