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Reporter's Gibberish May Signal Stroke on Live TV


"Well, a very, very heave burtation tonight."

Initially, the video caused some to chuckle. But now it may show the moments a reporter had a stroke on live TV.

Last night, CBS 2 News (Los Angeles) reporter Serene Branson was reporting live from the Grammy Awards. While explaining her report, however, her speech quickly degenerated into slurred words and gibberish.

"'Well, a very, very heavy burtation tonight,' she starts to say, but her words quickly melt into indecipherable sounds," the New York Daily News reports. "She struggles to speak for nearly 10 seconds before the video cuts away to pre-recorded Grammy coverage."

According to the Sun, Branson was taken to the hospital after the report and may have suffered a stroke. The Daily News notes that in the past she has received two Emmy nominations.

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