TV Meteorologist Recovers While Manhunt Continues

Patrick Crawford is expected to make a full recovery after being shot by a stranger.
1:19 | 12/19/14

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Reporter: This is our first look at the gunman police believe tried to kill a TV weatherman. A sketch based on descriptions from the victim. 35-year-old Patrick Crawford. Morning meteorologist at KCEN TV in Waco. Crawford was shot several times Wednesday morning as he got into his car in the station parking lot. Police say the gunman approached him from behind. They exchanged words, the suspect opened fire and then ran off. Crawford managed to drive his car just far enough to flag down help. Remarkably, doctors say he should make a full recovery. In good spirits, awake and talking. Family at his bedside. Reporter: Including his wife, heather, also a meteorologist at the same small station. Police have been at his bedside too. Crawford doesn't know the man, never met him before that parking lot confrontation. Police say they have no other leads, just the sketch. And by now, the man who for some reason wanted the weatherman dead could be anywhere. For "Good morning America," Ryan Owens, ABC news, Los Angeles.

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