Clip Contest Winners: 2014: 04: 2014_04_01_02

Second Place | Spot NewsJerry Wolford, News & RecordJudge's Comments: This image could be used for community awareness. Great reporting in a very erie situation that came through in the photograph. Even though it does not have the victim, you see a sense of impact based off of the caption information. High Point Police officers, Z. Trotter (top) and J. Fleming, investigates the aftermath in which Courtney Ann Sanford, 32, was killed in an auto accident in High Point, N.C. Sanford posted on Facebook about  {quote}happy song{quote} seconds before the crash. Sanford posted {quote}how the 'Happy' song makes her happy,{quote} High Point police Lt. Charles Lanier said Saturday. The message was posted at 8:33 a.m., he said. Police were called to Business Interstate 85 in High Point at 8:34 a.m. Her vehicle hit a truck and burst into flames after she crossed the median.

Second Place | Spot News

Jerry Wolford, News & Record

Judge's Comments: This image could be used for community awareness. Great reporting in a very erie situation that came through in the photograph. Even though it does not have the victim, you see a sense of impact based off of the caption information.

High Point Police officers, Z. Trotter (top) and J. Fleming, investigates the aftermath in which Courtney Ann Sanford, 32, was killed in an auto accident in High Point, N.C. Sanford posted on Facebook about "happy song" seconds before the crash. Sanford posted "how the 'Happy' song makes her happy," High Point police Lt. Charles Lanier said Saturday. The message was posted at 8:33 a.m., he said. Police were called to Business Interstate 85 in High Point at 8:34 a.m. Her vehicle hit a truck and burst into flames after she crossed the median.