Someone give this woman a raise.
A TV reporter was literally hit by a car on live TV, and still kept reporting. Now that's commitment.
Tori Yorgey, a reporter for WSAZ in West Virginia, America, was in the middle of her live broadcast about a burst water pipe, when a driver turned the corner and hit into her, knocking her over.
Bare in mind, Yorgey was by herself, with a camera and a tripod in front of her and no camera person.
The force was strong enough for her to bang into the camera, knocking that over too.
Just seconds after being hit, you can hear Yorgey say, “I just got hit by a car, but I’m ok."
You can also hear Yorgey telling the woman who hit her that she's okay, “We’re all good, I’m ok, you know, that’s live TV for you!” she said.
She then goes onto reveal that this isn't the first time she's been hit by a car, saying "I actually got hit by a car in college too, just like that." Now that is some bad luck.
Yorgey handled this situation like a total badass. She remained friendly to the woman who hit her, picked the tripod back up, and continued the rest of the live broadcast.
Check out the video below.