exposed Newsletter A Canadian fainted while she was speaking live, and after suffering during the broadcast from fatigue that seemed evident to her, and during her speech on a news bulletin for the “CTV” television network, Jessica Robb seemed very tired..
And Rob began to repeat the same words with a clear change in the features of her face, before she said, “I feel unwell.” Immediately, the broadcast was interrupted with Rob, while the broadcaster said in the studio that her colleague was not alone, and that she would certainly have medical support..
Must Watch: Young CTV News reporter Jessica Robb starts slurring her words, appears to go into medical distress, and looks like she’s about to collapse live on air during the 6pm show tonight. pic.twitter.com/tVrmtXvvyR
– The Canadian Independent (@canindependent) January 9, 2023
The presenter comments on her fall through Twitter
Hours later, the channel published, on its official page on Twitter, a post in which it thanked everyone who inquired about Rob’s health, and confirmed that she is now fine and has recovered from her health crisis, which did not reveal its nature..
For her part, Rob tweeted through her Twitter account: “I am fine.. I thank everyone who asked about me, especially the photographer who was by my side in this situation,” according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”.
Canadian reporter fainted on air
A news anchor suffers a stroke on air and acts professional
And this is certainly not the first time that a reporter or anchor has been injured on the air, as it is indicated that a news anchor in Oklahoma suffered – earlier – from the beginning of her stroke on the air, during her presentation of the news bulletin, as the anchor Julie Chen began to stutter in the conversation, before To look down a bit and the broadcast ends, only for viewers to discover later that she had a frightening health crisis.
And according to what was published by the Daily Mail website, a news anchor in Oklahoma revealed that she had a stroke live, and this was the reason for her stuttering on the air, and Julie Chen, who works at a local NBC station in Tulsa, was transferred to the hospital. Saturday, after finding herself struggling to read the text of the bulletin.
Correspondent’s comment on her illness
“The past few days are still a bit of a mystery to me, but my doctors think I had a stroke live on air on Saturday morning,” she wrote on Facebook. healthy before the stroke.
But then, Chen said, “However, over the course of several minutes during our newscast, things started to happen. First, I lost partial vision in one eye. Shortly after that my arm went numb… Then I knew I was in big trouble when I couldn’t move my mouth to read.” The words were right in front of me on the teleprompter.”
Chen was reading about the news that NASA had canceled a planned rocket launch, when she began to visibly fluster and repeat her words.
After struggling for several seconds, Chen apologized to the viewers, saying, “I’m sorry, something is going on with me this morning.” She quickly handed the bulletin to meteorologist Annie Brown for an update on the weather. 911″.
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