The News anchor From a TV news program NBC KJRHIn the United States, he shows signs of suffering a stroke, upsetting viewers and the production crew. Julia Chen She started having trouble reading the teleprompter while presenting the story.
Chen was showing materials about NASA’s launch when he began to eat his words. I rushed to the hospital, and looked for a start leakage.
“My doctor thinks I had a live stroke Saturday morning,” she wrote on Facebook. “Some of you saw it live and I’m sorry for what happened.”
According to her, the first symptom of the problem was a partial loss of vision in one eye, although before that she felt quite healthy.
“After a while I had hands and arms They sleep. So I knew I was in big trouble when my mouth wouldn’t speak the words that were in front of me on the teleprompter.”
Live, Chen had to rush to hand it over to meteorologist Annie Brown for a weather update. Despite this, he was unable to return to the air to continue the show.
She said, a series of which happened exam He has since been discharged from the hospital.
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