February 15, 2011 by USA Post
Reporter Stroke, CBS News correspondent Serena Williams suffered an apparent stroke on the air on Sunday, as she frantically slurred her words during a show at the Grammy Awards, according to a video and news from Business Insider. Branson, a double Emmy nominee, began her piece with a smile on her face but her expression quickly turned to one of fear that the right side of her face began to droop slightly as she spouted words incomprehensible and I tried to turn the air above a newscaster at the station’s CBS affiliate. Serene Branson appears, stroke, symptoms of the AU, so when I hear an EMT dispatched her home, I’m a little tired. I? Ove read the comments of several people involved in EMT, the evaluation of the participant, saying they should be fired. I know the official said Branson has not suffered a stroke but I think she should go to hospital and be checked.
The video began making the rounds on the Web early on Monday morning as people began to share what they thought was just a funny clip of a television journalist struggling to form words. But on a second listen, it becomes obvious that something was wrong with Branson, leading to speculation that she may have had a stroke in the air.
Its not at all clear that Branson, a reporter for CBS affiliate KCBS-TV, trying to say in the kill line. As she works in her report outside the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Branson, AO expression changes and she seems to get nervous, she realizes what she is saying doesn, AOT sense. CBS 2 LA corresponding affiliate Serene Branson slurred her words during a live report on Sunday night at the Grammy Awards. The band flashed Grammy pre-roll.
Several sites make fun of her speech, but she was taken to hospital and may have suffered a stroke, according to the Telegraph UK. “Sending my best to Serene Branson that is ok,” Kim Baldonado, a reporter for NBC 4 News in Los Angeles, wrote on Twitter. “It does not seem to have something to laugh about.” But Kristin Cruz, co-host of the Mark & Kristin Show on KOST 103.5 in Los Angeles, said on air that Branson, who has been nominated for two Emmy Awards, was reviewed by staff and EMT sent home with a friend.
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