Reporter Mark McAllister Experiences Disorientation On-Air
Reporter Mark McAllister found himself babbling and unable to find the right words during a live TV appearance. INSIDE EDITION reports.
Mark McAllister, a reporter for Global News Toronto, was covering the conflict in Libya on live TV when he suddenly began babbling incoherently. He just couldn't seem to get the words out.
It's just like what happened to KCBS reporter Serene Branson at the Grammy Awards in February.
Branson's garbled speech was caused by a complex migraine; McAllister says he was disoriented by a "minor medical issue."
He tweeted, "Thanks to all for inquiring about last night. Feeling better now after some disorientation live on the air. Following up with doctors today."
His station announced that McAllister has returned to work.
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