Oklahoma news anchor Julie chin stroke video. she suffered the beginning of a stroke live on air after she started stumbling over her words. Julie Chin, who works for the NBC affiliate KJRH in Tulsa, Oklahoma, suffered a stroke live on air on Saturday. She was rushed to the hospital after she found herself struggling to read the teleprompter in front of her. Chin had been reporting on the now-canceled NASA launch when she became visibly confused and started repeating her words. After struggling for several seconds, Chin ended up apologizing to viewers, saying “I’m sorry, something is going on with me this morning.” She quickly passed the baton over to meteorologist Annie Brown for a weather update, but Chin failed to return to the air for the remainder of the broadcast. on Sunday She posted on Facebook about her health and incident. Chin said doctors told her she had suffered the 'beginnings' of a stroke, and confirmed she was okay and would be returning to work soon, Julie Chin, a news anchor on the Tulsa, Oklahoma NBC affiliate KJRH, has revealed she suffered the “beginnings of a stroke” during a live television broadcast.
Here is how some of the coverage went followed by an update on how she's doing now
UPDATE: Here is Julie four days later talking about her experience and what doctors told her: