Well, this is something you don’t see every day. Journalist Tori Yorgey was reporting from Dunbar, W. VA. for local news channel WSAZ when she was hit live on-air by a vehicle passing behind her. She was covering a water main break caused by bad weather that brought with it plenty of snow and ice and while getting ready to answer a question from the news anchor Tim Irr, a light coloured truck turned into her as it came to pass behind her.
Tim’s reaction didn’t seem to quite fit the scenes viewers saw before them, but it was pointed out several times, including by Tori herself, that he apparently didn’t see a feed from the remote broadcast camera on his main monitor, just a tiny monitor off to the side that was he was struggling to see and was unaware of what was actually going on until she verbally relayed the story, telling him “… I just got hit by a car but I’m okay, Tim”.
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