Australian Radio Station Won’t Fire Kate-prank Djs

An Australian radio station expressed “deep sorrow” at the death of a nurse who took a prank call from two shock jocks looking for information on Kate Middleton’s pregnancy, but the DJs won’t be fired over the stunt.

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