It is a common saying in media circles that “the news never sleeps.” In fact, it was a slogan that TV reporter Tori Yorgey, of NBC Huntington, West Virginia station WSAZ, took to heart when she was hit by a vehicle during a live shoot before she collapsed and got back up to continue her story. Yorgey was on the scene of a Dunbar water main break when the event occurred on Wednesday night. When a vehicle pulls up behind her and hits her in the rear, she is facing the camera. In amazement, Yorgey yanks himself forward and exclaims,…
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