He suffered a stroke on live television. He could not read the papers written in front of him. Those moments were reflected on the screen like this

Newscaster Julie Chin, who works on a television channel in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was reflected on the screens when she suddenly started to repeat her words while reading a news about the first Moon expedition of NASA’s “Artemis” program. Announcer Chin could not understand what had happened but tried to explain to the audience that there was a problem.

“SOMETHING IS HAPPENING TO ME THIS MORNING”

As the announcer struggled with repetition, he gave up after a while. Chin apologizes to the audience “Sorry, something’s happening to me this morning” He went live by saying his situation. The channel, which switched to the weather broadcast, switched to meteorologist Annie Brown after this event.

IT IS UNDERSTOOD THAT THE SPIKER HAS LANDED

The announcer’s coworkers called 911 and called an ambulance. After the examinations at the hospital, the doctors announced that the young woman had a stroke on live broadcast. It was stated that what Chin experienced was the onset of paralysis.

ANNOUNCED THE STATUS FROM SOCIAL MEDIA

Julie Chin shared her experiences after leaving the hospital on her Facebook account. “The past few days are still a bit of a mystery, but my doctors believe I had the onset of paralysis on Saturday morning live,” Chin said. Some of you have witnessed this first hand and I am very sorry for that.” she said.

‘I KNOW I’M IN TROUBLE’

Stating that he started the day very energetic and happy, Chin stated that everything happened during the news broadcast with the following statements:

‘First, I had partial vision loss in one eye. Then my hand and arm went numb. It was then that I realized I was in big trouble when I couldn’t get the words written right in front of me on the teleprompter out of my mouth.

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