By Ian Bush

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A KYW Newsradio traffic reporter has died — murdered, police say, in a random attack over the weekend in Olney.

His family knew him as Charles Fricker, but the rest of us heard who his voice and knew that’s Chuck Williams.

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KYW traffic reporter Chuck Williams makes one of his final broadcasts on KYW Newsradio 1060 prior to his untimely death …

The 52-year-old from Waterford, Camden County was doing another of his jobs — selling insurance and checking on clients — around 3rd and Tabor mid-morning on Saturday, when cops say a guy on a bike rode up and fatally stabbed him with a 13-inch knife — all to try to steal a couple bucks.

Police found Eric Radcliff, a 22-year-old with a long rap sheet, hiding in a nearby home. Cops fired a Taser, but say he kept coming at them with the blade, so they put an end to things with a bullet to the chest.

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Charlie Weirauch, Fricker’s boss at Metro Networks, says, “I liked the work he did. He was a really good man.”

A man police say tried to fight off his attacker. A man remembered as a hard-working father — and who saved us from many a traffic jam.

“…and I’m Chuck Williams in the KYW Newsradio 24-hour traffic center.”

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Reported by Ian Bush, KYW Newsradio 1060