Serene Branson Stroke

February 14, 2011 by Post Team 

Serene Branson Stroke, Serene Branson race fears surrounding the end of the Grammys. Serene Branson since the alleged time spent on air, the state of the CBS reporter is just another viral sensation. When CBS reporter had difficulty pronouncing her words after the Grammys, it may seem comical to some. But the extent of her struggle has made it clear that something was wrong with her, and that the flickering was not intentional. As such, the theories of a stroke Serene Branson revolve around the Internet, although nothing has yet been confirmed.
Branson has spent ten seconds trying to get her words correctly, if it was unsuccessful. When it became obvious that something more than just a fumble that was going on, CBS cut to a pre-recorded some coverage Grammy and Branson has been verified by an EMT.

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.

As she attempted to reach a stand-up, she could not complete a sentence, leading to rumors of a stroke, which explains could be a possibility, even for a young woman like Branson.

Reportedly, Branson was transported to a local hospital in case she may have actually suffered a stroke.

The American Stroke Association says the warning signs of stroke:

Sudden numbness or weakness of face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body
Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding
Sudden trouble seeing in one or both eyes
Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss of balance or coordination
Sudden severe headache with no known cause

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