It's a scene that shocked the world just a month ago. A Los Angeles-based reporter was stricken by a medical issue on live TV, leading to random gibberish and a flood of concern. Now, it's happened again, this time to a reporter in Canada on Monday:
The reporter is Mark McAllister who works for the network Global Toronto. McAllister acknowledged the incident via Twitter and said he will be seeing doctors:
The news station released a statement about the scary moment, saying it immediately called paramedics:
While on the air during the 6:00 PM News Hour broadcast on Monday, March 21, Global Toronto reporter Mark McAllister suffered a minor medical issue causing him to experience a moment of disorientation. Paramedics were immediately called to the scene, where Mark was fully checked out and is feeling better. As a precaution, Mark will be pursuing this matter with his own doctor.
Mark would like to thank all Global Toronto viewers who have expressed concern for his well-being.
In February, CBS 2's Serene Branson suffered through a similar incident during a live report on the Grammy Awards. It was determined she suffered a massive migraine:
(H/T: Dan Collins at Powip.com)