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(Credit: WGRZ, via the Huffington Post, screenshot)

Buffalo, New York NBC-affiliate WGRZ-2 wrongly used a photo of the singer Seal with its early September report on actor Michael Clarke Duncan’s death, Deadspin reported.

The station apologized Sept. 3, calling the photo error “our bad,” according to Media Bistro.  The station also wrote Sept. 4 on Facebook that:

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“Yep; our bad; we own it. A careless editing error at the end of the Michael Clarke Duncan story in our 11pm news. Two entertainment stories accidentally merged into one video clip. Sincere apologies.”

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Buffalo’s WGRZ TV Apologizes for Using Pic of Seal in Michael Clarke Duncan Report

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