Tori Yorgey, a local reporter in West Virginia, got the fright of her career when she was hit by a passing car just as she was beginning a street report.

In the clip from station WSAZ-TV which was posted to Twitter, we see Yorgey in split-screen being introduced by anchor Tim Irr. Yorgey was out in the field reporting on a water main break in Dunbar, West Virginia.

Before she can begin her report, we see a grey SUV turning left into the back of the frame, which quickly strikes Yorgey from behind who is knocked out of the frame.

After a yelp of shock and the camera getting knocked over, Yorgey quickly pipes up from offscreen, “Oh my god! I just got hit by a car, but I’m OK. I just got hit by a car, but I’m OK, Tim.”

The driver can be heard apologizing profusely offscreen, and Yorgey forgives her while reorienting the camera. While Yorgey seemed unharmed, she said that “my life flashed before my eyes.”

“You know this is my last week on the job, and I think this would happen specifically to me,” the disoriented Yorgey joked while regaining her composure. She was still a consummate professional even after the incident, managing to deliver the report after catching her breath and adjusting the camera.

According to a Facebook post from Yorgey, she’ll be moving to Pennsylvania and accepted a reporting job in Pittsburgh. Her last day at WSAZ is Friday. You can watch the crazy clip below!

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