‘Something’s Happening To Me’: Presenter Introduces Live Stroke On TV | the world

An American journalist suffered a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) live on Saturday morning. When she found it particularly difficult to speak, she was forced to interrupt the diary’s presentation.

Television news anchor at NBC affiliate KJRH channel, Julie Chin, experienced a major scare Saturday morning. She suddenly found it difficult to finish her sentences, prompting her to start the weather page. “I’m sorry. Something happened to me this morning, and I apologize,” he said.

A few days later, after a hospital stay, he spoke on Facebook. “The last few days are still a mystery, but my doctors think I had a stroke on Saturday morning live. I felt fine before the show. However, a few minutes into our newscast, things started happening. First, I lost partial vision in one eye. For a while Afterwards my arm and hand went numb,” she wrote.

Julie Chin began to realize something was wrong when the teleprompter said, “The mouth won’t speak the words ahead.” “At this point, the doctors think I’m having an initial attack, but not a full attack,” the host reveals. She should make a full recovery.

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