Q: I am a disabled senior. I just watched your story on the noon news and attempted to follow your directions to ask for tickets to see the JFK car. However, I couldn't navigate your site as I have no computer skills and couldn't find it. This is so important to me. Could I please ask you to direct this request to the correct department? You see, I grew up in the Washington, D.C. area. My son was born in George Washington University Hospital at 11:29 p.m. on the day President Kennedy died, November 22, 1963.I had the delivery floor to myself for most of the afternoon and evening, and remember hearing all the doctors and nurses down the hall watching TV. Getting to the hospital was a nightmare as I remember people getting out of their cars, leaving them running and wandering away, too shocked and upset to drive! Anyway, my son & his wife live in Denton and I would very much like to get a pair of tickets for them to go and view JFK's car. I know it would mean a lot to my son. Again, could I please ask you to direct this request to the proper person? Thank you so much for your help in this matter. I really appreciate it. And I apologize for my lack of computer skills to handle this matter properly myself.
A: The car is in the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit. Here is a link to the story: http://www.wfaa.com/jfk/Whatever-happened-to-President-Kennedys-limousine-216530581.html. You can also reach out to the reporter, WFAA’s Jason Wheeler at firstname.lastname@example.org. He’ll be happy to help.