A reporter at the scene of a water main break at a TV station in West Virginia was struck by an SUV while she was on live television.
WSAZ-TV reporter Tori Yorgey was on location in Dunbar, W.V. and, while speaking into the camera, was hit by a silver SUV.
She told anchor Tim Irr after the incident as she got back up on her feet: “I just got hit by a car, Tim, but I’m OK.”
Yorgey told Irr she had been hit by a car in college, too.
She is also seen talking to the driver who accidentally hit her.
The reporter, who was shooting her own video and did not have a camera person with her, was checked out at a hospital after the hit and is reportedly just fine.
It’s unclear whether the driver who hit the reporter will face any legal trouble.