Los Angeles Tv meteorologist suggests she’s Ok right after fainting

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Tv meteorologist in Los Angeles was recovering Sunday right after fainting on the air through a weekend newscast.

Alissa Carlson was starting off her forecast Saturday on CBS Los Angeles when she quickly slumped onto the desk and then collapsed to the ground.

News co-anchor Rachel Kim exclaimed “Oh!” and the broadcast cut to a business break.

“Our team jumped in to aid and comfort and ease her although waiting for clinical assistance to arrive,” CBS LA reported in a statement. “Alissa is now recovering and publishing on social media.”

In a put up on Facebook, Carlson thanked viewers for “all the texts, calls, and well wishes.”

“I am going to be ok!” she wrote.

The information station and Carlson did not disclose any specifics about why she fainted.

The meteorologist will be back again on the air “as shortly as she’s perfectly more than enough to return,” CBS LA explained.

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