"You know it is my last week on the job and I know this would happen!" Those are the words from a tough-as-nails reporter who was hit by an SUV while live on TV news.
In the clip you'll see below, Tori Yorgey, a reporter for a West Virginia TV station, is about to fill in the audience on a water main break when a very slow moving SUV creeps up behind her and sends her falling forward into her camera. She makes a quick recovery, picks her camera back up off the ground, and just goes right back to it!
You'll notice some very strange things in this clip. Everything from this SUV that in NO WAY could have missed this reporter's setup, if not solely based on the fact that there is a light shining on her to illuminate her for the shot! There's the anchor back at the TV station who at first seems unfazed by the fact his coworker was hit by a car on live television. Oh, and his questioning of the location of where she was actually hit. Because that's what you ask at that moment!
This is just weird. But I'm sure you'll enjoy it! So check out the clip below! Abd shout-out to Tori! If you're a TV station and you don't hire this woman...you're nuts!