Second Reporter Experiences Garbled Speech On-Air


Earlier this week, Global Toronto reporter Mark McAllister was discussing the situation in Libya when he began slurring his words and eventually became incoherent, in a scene very similar to CBS reporter Serena Branson’s on air incident last month. Doctor’s found that Branson’s speech problem was caused by a migraine, and Global Toronto says McAllister “suffered a minor medical issue causing him to experience a moment of disorientation.” Thankfully, he says he’s feeling better and has returned to work. On a side note, we now know absolutely nothing can make his female co-anchor break character.

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