In order to allow the public to grasp the pulse of world events at the first time, media reporters often go to the location of the incident to report online without fear of danger. Tori Yorgey, a 25-year-old female reporter for Virginia TV’s “WSAZ-TV”, was accidentally hit by a vehicle behind while connecting with the anchor on the 19th and disappeared in front of the camera. The camera was recorded.
According to the “Jalopnik” report, Yuger was in a live connection with the studio anchor Tim Irr when the accident happened. Unexpectedly, a car suddenly appeared behind Yuge and slowly approached, knocking her out of the picture in the next second; the sudden impact also made Yuge, who was focusing on broadcasting, unexpected, and saw her being driven towards by the car. When he slammed into the camera, he screamed in horror, and then only the car that caused the accident remained in the picture, but at this time, Yuge’s voice continued to be heard.
It turned out that after Yuge was hit by a car, she still did not stop broadcasting. She insisted on continuing the connection and reported the safety to the anchor and the audience. The female car owner who knew that she had hit someone also got out of the car in time to care about Yuge’s injury. Yuge told the apologetic female car owner that he was fine, and comforted the other party, “You are so nice, you are fine, and I am fine.” Finally, Yuge adjusted the camera angle and told the anchor that he was fine, and then Switching the topic back to the previous reporting matter, continue to connect professionally.
According to reports, Yuger said afterward that he would not affect his work because of this incident. “As a reporter, I hope to influence people and make changes in their communities, so I hope to provide correct information and reports as much as possible, so that People can make the best choices to improve their quality of life.”