Tampa flag painting for wounded soldier interview

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Roger Schulman interviews Channel 10 News Reporter, Grayson Kamm, who is at the Tampa Firefighter Museum in downtown Tampa. This old courthouse is having a celebration in honor of wounded warriors.

Artist Scott LoBaido is currently painting a giant flag that will later be dedicated to Sgt. Michael Nicholson. This soldier was in combat in Afghanistan on foot patrol, when he was injured by an IED causing him to lose both legs and his left arm, and suffered a brain injury.

Scott calls himself a “crazy artist” and traveled all over country after September 11 happened. He paints American flags and the one he is painting downtown today is 1500 sq. ft.