Sarah Blazonis Biography
This is what you need to know about Sarah Blazonis, is an American journalist currently working for Spectrum Bay News 9 as a reporter. She has also worked as a reporter for the national FOX News. Before Bay News 9, she worked for nine years of covering news across New York State.
Sarah Blazonis Age
Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Sarah Blazonis Height
Blazonis stands at a moderate height, however, the award-winning journalist has not disclosed her exact height and other body measurements like weight, shoe size, and bra size.
Sarah Blazonis Family
Little is known about her parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Sarah Blazonis Husband
Blazonis has not shared any information about her current love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Sarah Blazonis Net Worth
Blazonis has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million dollars. Her career as a news Journalist is her primary source of income.
Sarah Blazonis Career
Blazonis is an American journalist currently working for Spectrum Bay News 9 as a reporter. She has also worked as a reporter for the national FOX News. Before Bay News 9, she worked for nine years of covering news across New York State. She started her career in the state’s Southern Tier, working at News Channel 34 and FOX 40 in Binghamton. She is also one of the first reporters on the scene to the 2009 mass shooting at the city’s American Civic Association, filing reports for her own station as well as providing updates for the national FOX News. In 2014, she covered the storm that dropped seven feet of snow on parts of Western New York, then-candidate Donald Trump’s Buffalo rally, and the month-long manhunt for escaped prisoners David Sweat and Richard Matt. Prior to Bay News, she worked for four Years at Spectrum News in Central New York, first in the Utica Bureau. She has also covered most cases ranging from the killing of an Oneida County Sheriff’s deputy to the murder of a Utica motel owned by a man who jumped parole.