A car hits a TV reporter during a live broadcast.. (Video)

A video clip showed the moment a television reporter had an accident while presenting her report live, but the strange thing is that she continued her work despite the pain inflicted on her.

In the clip circulating on social media, a car was seen colliding with a TV news reporter from West Virginia, live, on Wednesday evening.

While the reporter, Tori Yorgi, from the "WSAZ-TV" station of the American network "NBC News", was starting her work in front of the camera in West Virginia, and she was presenting her report, a car behind her blocked her and she fell to the ground.

After the sudden incident, the TV reporter regained her balance after disappearing for seconds on the screen, and Yorgi, 25, returned again after she fixed the camera and lighting and resumed her work.

She told her fellow broadcaster in the studio: "I just got hit by a car, but I'm fine, I was actually hit by a car in college, my whole life has passed before my eyes, but this is live TV and everything is fine."

In the video, the driver is heard apologizing to the TV reporter.

Later, Yorgi said that she feels a new condition except for a slight pain in the back and right leg.

She stated that the tests showed that she had not suffered a broken bone.

A television reporter for the American "WSAZ-TV" station had an accident while presenting her report live, but soon reappeared and continued her work.


— Source (@MSDAR_NEWS) January 21, 2022

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