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Reporter hit by a car live on air speaks out

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Tori Yorgey was reporting live on air for NBC affiliate WSAZ in West Virginia when she was hit by a car. Her first instinct, she tells NBC News’ Kristen Dahlgren, was to reassure everyone, including the woman who hit her, that she was alright.