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Oklahoma news anchor experience ‘beginning of hit’ on live Television


Tulsa host Julie Chin was in middle of a live broadcast on Saturday morning when she said she suddenly lost partial vision in one eye. then one of her hands began to go numb. And when it was her turn to speak, the right words could not be found.

For viewers, host KJRH tripped over her words and looked confused as she tried to announce the local event associated with the delayed NASA rocket launch to the moon.

“I’m sorry,” she said, smiling into camera. “Something is coming on with this morning and I apologize to everyone.”

She cut off the cameras from herself and from the meteorologist.

next day, Chin said in Facebook post doctors believe that she survived “the beginning of hit.”

“The episode seemed to have come out of nowhere,” she explained, adding that test results Came back great”.

“There are many more of questions and more follow up but the bottom line is that I should to be just Good, veteran – wrote a TV reporter.

chin one of several broadcasters in experience health emergency on in air. During her live speak show in In 2017, Wendy Williams suddenly goggled and collapsed onto the stage, returning minutes later to explain that the statue of freedom costume She was wearing for the Halloween themed episode was too hot. Williams later said she passed out.

Wendy Williams passed out on live TV and it was terrible

That same yearPhiladelphia news presenter Gray Hall was rushed to the hospital after he started slurring on-air. Tests showed that Hall had a cyst. on his brain, and the host had an emergency operation. As well as in In 2011, Los Angeles journalist Serena Branson became incoherent during live coverage on Grammy. Doctors said she was suffering from a complicated migraine and Branson spoke to the Los Angeles Times about the episode. left she feels “scared” and embarrassed.

Strokes usually take place when blood flow to the brain is interrupted off, or when a blood vessel bursts or leaks and infects a person’s brain tissue, according to the Mayo Clinic. Symptoms may include paralysis or numbness. in the face loss of vision in one or both eyes, difficulty walking or problems with speech and understanding language.

Chin wrote on Sunday that what happened to her was ‘not full Stroke.” Before show she felt great, she wrote, but within minutes of the news release, “something started happening.” She described the change in vision and numbness in one of her arms and shoulders.

“Then I knew that I in big trouble when my mouth didn’t say the right words in front of to me on teleprompter,” she wrote.

Her colleagues at the NBC affiliate immediately called 911, she said.

“If you watched Saturday morning,” she said. added”you know how desperately I tried to manage show forward words just will not come”.

After ordeal, Chin said she learned that it might not be obvious when someone is having a stroke, but fast action can save a life. She shared the acronym for recognizing the symptoms and remembering to act. stands “BEFAST” for loss of balance, changes in vision, facial drooping, hand and speech weakness difficulty, with in final letter for time call 911,” Chin wrote.

Similar abbreviations are used by the Mayo Clinic and the American Stroke Association.

Chin began her journalistic career working for various stations in New York and North Carolina before moving at KJRH in Tulsa where she started to light up weather. Now she is a reporter and presenter. for weekend at the station news show.

In response to viewers’ questions about Chin’s condition, KJRH on Monday shared Chin’s Facebook page. post. “We wish her best on her road to recovery and a well-deserved rest,” the radio station wrote.

Chin wrote on Sunday she will pass more tests, but back on in air in several days.

“Thank you all for loving me and supporting I feel so good,” she wrote.

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Tyler Hromadka
Tyler Hromadka
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