Video: TV anchor crushed by falling wall live on air
The anchor’s co-host kept talking to quickly cut to a commercial break.
Shocking footage emerged on Tuesday where a host was crushed by a falling piece of the studio’s wall during a live broadcast.
Shocking video. ESPN anchor crushed live on the air by falling set piece. Thankfully he was uninjured. pic.twitter.com/CeFxy8AksY— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) March 10, 2021
According to Insider, ESPN Colombia broadcaster Carlos Orduz was participating in a panel discussion about Juventus’ elimination from the Champions League when a set-piece crashed directly onto him, slamming him into a table face-first.
Orduz’s co-host Francisco Javier Velez, who was leading the discussion, was visibly caught off guard and shocked, but quickly gathered his composure to cut to a commercial break.
Orduz has since taken to Twitter to confirm that he is doing fine.
A quienes me escribieron y me saludaron por el accidente de anoche, debo contarles que estoy bien, gracias a Dios después del chequeo médico, de los exámenes respectivos, se descartó cualquier tema, solo una magulladura y un golpe en la nariz (sin fractura). Saludos y gracias— Carlos Orduz (@orduzrubio) March 10, 2021
"To those who wrote to me and greeted me about the accident last night, I must tell you that I am fine, thank God after the medical check-up, of the respective examinations, any issue was ruled out, only a bruise and a blow to the nose," Orduz wrote in Spanish. "Greetings and thanks."
The contract is worth $2.89 billion. READ MORE
Here is a list of those who will be in the congregation of St... READ MORE
Iran’s chief negotiator said that Iran would activate 1,000... READ MORE
Authorities say police seized a gun last year from the suspected... READ MORE
Getting to 80 per cent would imply adding nearly 130 countries. READ MORE
Currently, passengers are required to undergo RT-PCR 72 hours before... READ MORE
The centre has announced a "liberalised and accelerated" Phase 3... READ MORE
The hospital gets all kinds of emergency cases and saving their life... READ MORE