Perhaps miffed that Farrah Fazal was getting too much recognition, Sheila Brummer delivered another of her "my mouth is moving and sounds are coming out but none of them are English words" moments.
Just before signing off "Live at 4" on Friday, she and co-anchor Brian "Fat Hands" Mastre told viewers that authorities had released the name of the pedestrian killed by a train on Wednesday. Brummer said the victim was a 14-year-old girl from Washington state named (it sounded like) "Marly LeDew." But she paused momentarily, then continued, "Mary Lizzddee was her name," her voice trailing off at the end.
So really, we didn't learn anything, other than authorities had released a name and Brummer couldn't communicate it in the time allotted. It's probably too much to hope that she's still in her probationary employment period.