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News anchor had ‘beginnings of a stroke’ live on air

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On KJRH-Tulsa’s Saturday morning newscast, anchor Julie Chin suddenly struggled to read the words on the teleprompter. The station cut to a weather report and staffers called 911. Chin thanked viewers and friends for their concern on Facebook and said doctors believe she had “the beginnings of a stroke live on the air.” NBC News’ Tom Costello has more details on her story.