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Oklahoma News Anchor Stroke Video, Oklahoma News Anchor Julie Chin Suffers Stroke On Live TV Death Video




Oklahoma News Anchor Stroke Video, Oklahoma News Anchor Julie Chin Suffers Stroke On Live TV Death Video A news anchor at an American television station began falling over her words and appeared unwell on the air on the 3rd of September on a Saturday. As it turned out, she was showing early signs of stroke. Julie Chin of KJRH, an Oklahoma anchor on news, was in life when she was suddenly struck by what was later diagnosed to be the “beginnings of a stroke”.

Oklahoma News Anchor Stroke Video, Oklahoma News Anchor Julie Chin Suffers Stroke On Live TV Death Video




Oklahoma News Anchor Stroke Video

Chin had difficulty making sentences. A video from the incident illustrates Chin telling her “I’m sorry, something is going on with me this morning, and I apologize to everybody,” before handing over her coworker. The coworkers noticed that she was suffering from an illness and called an emergency call 911. Doctors have identified the symptoms she experienced as “beginnings of a stroke, but not a full stroke.”

In a post on her Facebook page, the anchor shared “The episode seemed to have come out of nowhere.” and she was feeling great prior to the program. She spoke out of strokes and advised people to keep in mind”BE FAST” as an acronym “BE FAST” while identifying the symptoms. “Be fast and call 911. B.alance (Sudden loss of balance), E.yes (Sudden vision changes), F.ace (Facial droop), A.rms (One arm drifts downward), S.peech (Slurred/confused speech), T.ime & Terrible headache”

When discussing her stroke she described the symptoms she suffered “First, I lost partial vision in one eye. A little bit later, my hand and arm went numb. Then, I knew I was in big trouble when my mouth would not speak the words that were right in front of me on the teleprompter.” According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), over 75,000 Americans suffer a stroke every year, which makes it among the top causes of death in the United States.




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