Eyewitness Reports Explained

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What is an eyewitness report?

An eyewitness report is a report that is written from the first-person point of view. This allows the writer to provide an account of the events that occurred from his/her perspective. It, therefore, means that the writer of this type of report is a witness to the events being reported. 
An eyewitness report is often taken in the case of a crime or accident. It must be noted that like all expository writing when writing an eyewitness report you should only share the facts, not your opinion. 
 

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  1. In report writing it is a form of expository writing. Report are way of giving information to others.Types of report are:Sample report, Eye witness report, Newspaper report and statistical report.When writing a report you should included :who when where why what and how.

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