Most Dedicated Reporter Ever Passes Out on Live TV Then Wakes Up and Finishes Segment

Talk about commitment.

  • Share
  • Read Later

Well, Salt Lake City reporter Brooke Graham is officially the most dedicated journalist of all time. During a live segment about skiing, the KUTV reporter — decked out in ski gear — got light-headed and collapsed onto the snow. But after a just a few moments on her back, Graham popped back up, gathered her wits and continued the segment.

If you laugh a bit while watching her hit the deck, don’t feel too bad, because Graham is doing just fine. The TV station explains on YouTube:

KUTV Reporter Brooke Graham works six days a week and is one of our hardest workers. She is doing fine following this instance and has given us permission to post the video on her behalf. She is seeking medical attention to look into what caused her to pass out.

And we thought we were dedicated to blogging.

4 comments
NotImprssed
NotImprssed

She lost her balance plain and simple.  There was no passing out.  She never stopped moving. There was no period of waking back up and regaining consciousness. The reporter even says herself that she fell and that's it. Not quite as impressive as this author describes.

HimmatSingh
HimmatSingh

Is this staged or what? And her voice sounds funny, for what is a reporter.

EvanSanders
EvanSanders

This looks like she has onset diabetes type 2, and needs to take a simple pill like Metformin. It's critical she gets properly diagnosed because if she graduates to diabetes type 1, she will need to inject insulin. That could be avoidable if she changes her diet to eliminate processed sugars and other foods that aggravate diabetes. A diabetic diet is actually a forced health food regimen that everyone should be consuming from their early childhood onwards.