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MIKE BUSHELL has opened up after hearing some "really sad news" this evening, as the BBC Breakfast presenter shared his "shock" over the situation in a moving Twitter post.

PUBLISHED: 23:12, Mon, Sep 28, 2020 | UPDATED: 23:12, Mon, Sep 28, 2020

BBC Breakfast favourite Mike Bushell, 54, has paid tribute to former ITV News Meridian camera operator Paul Wellings after hearing about his death. The sports presenter addressed the sad news in a heartfelt Twitter post, which he shared with his 58,000 Twitter followers this evening.

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Mike retweeted a post from ITV Meridian’s News Editor, Adam Clark, who addressed Paul’s death on the social media platform

Adam wrote alongside a photo of Paul: “Very sad to learn that former @itvmeridian camera operator Paul Wellings has passed away. 

“A real hard worker who always had a cheery smile on his face.  

“One of the good guys. RIP Paul.”

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After sharing Adam’s tweet, Mike added: “This is really sad news.”

The former Strictly Come Dancing star went on to recall his memories with the late cameraman.

He continued: “Paul Wellings was such great company on shoots. 

“Terrific cameraman and fantastic bloke. 

 

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