Julie Chin, an Oklahoma news anchor suffers a stroke on live TV
An Oklahoma reporter “Julie Chin” said she died when the stroke started during a live broadcast after stumbling over a few words.
Here’s everything you need to know.
The Oklahoma news anchor is about the ‘start of the plague’ on the air
Julie Chin, who works for NBC affiliate KJRH in Tulsa, reported on NASA’s Artemis-I launch Saturday morning. However, while delivering the message he could not read the words from his phone.
Chin looked confused as he tried to push the conversation forward. But a few moments later, he couldn’t read the text in front of him.
Chin appeared in his script when he said, “I’m sorry, something is going on with me this morning and I apologize to everyone.’
Tulsa reporter Julie Chin says the start of the streak is up in the air. She knew something was wrong, so she rushed to the weather forecaster, and her worried co-workers called 911. She’s fine now, but she wanted to share her experience to learn about the watch out for penalty warning signs. pic.twitter.com/aWNPPbn1qf
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) September 5, 2022
In addition, he sent the message to the weather team as he kept saying, ‘Just go and send it to meteorologist Annie Brown.’
However, Brown took control of the broadcast and joked, ‘Julie we love you so much, love you so much. We all have those days.’
Although, instead of returning to the airwaves, Chin’s colleagues called 9-11. Soon after, he was sent to a nearby hospital.
Julie Chin gives a speech about stroke
Julie Chin took to her Facebook page on the 4th of September on Sunday to share her health situation following the scare. He said he was in good health.
He said, ‘I am happy to announce that all my tests have come back positive. At this point, the doctors thought I had started a stroke, but not a full stroke.’
In addition, he added, ‘There are still a lot of questions, there are still a lot of questions to follow, but the point is I’m fine.’
He added, ‘It seemed to come out of nowhere. I felt really good before our show.’
In addition, he said, ‘However, within several minutes during our press conference things started to happen. First, I lost sight in one eye. A little while ago my hand and arm went numb.’
Chin recalled, ‘I knew I was in big trouble when my mouth didn’t say the words right in front of me on the phone. If you’ve been watching Saturday morning, you know how much I’ve been trying to get the show going, but the words just haven’t come out.’
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