A car hit a journalist while he was live on the air

The young reporter had appeared "live" on WSAZ-TV

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A lot happens in "live broadcasts", however, probably for the first time we see a car hitting the reporter and throwing it down along with its equipment.

Many times you will have heard that in live broadcasts it is quite possible that various surprises will happen, however what happened to Tori Yorgey, probably no one expected. The young reporter had come out "live" on WSAZ-TV, giving her report on a "brain" in Dunbar, West Virginia, USA, when a vehicle heading towards her, hit her, as a result of which she threw her to the ground, as after all, the equipment of the camera.

The camera captured the whole incident, with Tori Yorgey exclaiming: "My God, I was just hit by a car, but I'm fine. I just got hit by a car, but I'm fine, Tim. I'm okay. We are all fine".
As she was getting up, the driver of the vehicle asked her if she was OK, to which Tori replied:

"I'm fine, yes… You know we're on live TV. Everything is fine. I was actually hit by a car in college too, just like that. "I'm very happy that I'm fine."