In what should be a simple bar assault story, the kids in the WANE-TV newsroom do their best to confuse their audience by reporting that a man was beaten into a medically-induced coma.
Usually, medically-induced comas are performed in hospitals and not on barroom floors. So, in reading the WANE-TV story, does that mean an EMT, doctor, nurse, or another qualified medical professional beat the living daylights out of the man at the bar?
To further bamboozle and confuse the audience, WANE-TV can't decide,
(1) if the medically-induced coma was performed at the bar, or
(2) at the at a local hospital.
The writing is "murky", to say the least.