Oklahoma News Anchor Suffers ‘Beginnings of a Stroke’ Live on Air 

During a live broadcast of a news segment about a NASA rocket launch being postponed, an Oklahoma TV news anchor experienced a stroke.

Julie Chin, a reporter for a Tulsa, Oklahoma, NBC station, began to fumble her words as she read off a teleprompter.

"I'm sorry, something is wrong with me this morning and I apologise to everyone," she added. She then handed the weather forecaster the transmission.

Chin then left the broadcast without making a return. She was brought to the hospital.

Chin revealed that she had been admitted to the hospital and quickly put through a number of tests in her Facebook post.

“At this point, doctors think I had the beginnings of a stroke, but not a full stroke,” Chin said. 

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“There are still lots of questions, and lots to follow up on, but the bottom line is I should be just fine.”