A hurricane briefing at Manatee County’s Emergency Operations Center in Sept. 2017 featured a sign language intepreter signing gibberish, prompting a new bill in Florida that would require officials to include qualified intepreters at televisied briefings.
A hurricane briefing at Manatee County’s Emergency Operations Center in Sept. 2017 featured a sign language intepreter signing gibberish, prompting a new bill in Florida that would require officials to include qualified intepreters at televisied briefings. Screengrab via video
A hurricane briefing at Manatee County’s Emergency Operations Center in Sept. 2017 featured a sign language intepreter signing gibberish, prompting a new bill in Florida that would require officials to include qualified intepreters at televisied briefings. Screengrab via video

Manatee sign language interpreter’s gibberish during Irma inspires new bill

January 31, 2018 08:24 AM