West Virginia Anchor's Skull Fractured in Fight With Meteorologist Over Husband

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A West Virginia anchorwoman suffered a fractured skull and broken ear drum after getting into a fight with her fellow employee.

On Sunday, while out for drinks at a local bar, anchor Erica Bivens accused meteorologist Chelsea Ambriz of flirting with her husband, Donald, according to a police report.

Ambriz "began to hit on Donald," the report read. "Donald told Chelsea that he was not interested in her and went back over and stood with Erica."

Ambriz became angry and started shoving Bivens, the report stated.

They fell over the bar area, which resulted in Bivens' injuries, according to the report.

Both women work for WSAZ, which serves the Huntington-Charleston market. 

Bivens was taken to the hospital for treatment, while Ambriz was charged with misdemeanor battery. It also appears she has been let go. On the station's website, there's a job listing for a meteorologist.

Bivens tweeted that she would soon be back at work, writing, "I'm waiting on the doctors to clear me."


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