News anchor’s on air reaction to sudden L.A. earthquake is priceless

A strong earthquake shook Los Angeles, Calif., early Monday morning.

The magnitude 4.4 earthquake struck during the local morning news programs, and the look on one anchor’s face as he felt the initial tremor was priceless.

LA-Earthquake

“Earthquake!” KTLA-TV anchor Chris Schauble said with a look of surprise on his face. “We are having an earthquake.”

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And with that, he and fellow anchor Megan Henderson literally dove beneath the anchor desk as the camera continue to roll.

To his credit, Schauble proved he is a good sport who can poke fun at himself. Shortly after the quake, he changed the photo on his Twitter profile to include the classic look.

Schauble

The Los Angeles Times did report that Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said there were no reports of damage, but the city would investigate structures for damage.

“Today’s earthquake is a reminder that every L.A. family must be prepared with food, water and other essentials, as well as a plan,” he said. “While it appears the greatest impact of this temblor was a rude awakening, we are executing our post-earthquake protocols to survey our neighborhoods and critical infrastructure.”

H/T The Blaze

Tom Tillison

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Tom is a grassroots activist who distinguished himself as one of the top conservative bloggers in Florida before joining BizPac Review.
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20 thoughts on “News anchor’s on air reaction to sudden L.A. earthquake is priceless

  1. Mamzer_FEMA_REGION_IV says:

    Damage is tiny in comparison to what the Demonrats have done to Cali

  2. Richard O. Mann says:

    Nothing like having the earth move under you feet, to get your blood to moving, and your bowels too. HA!

  3. Melissa Katsmom Votano says:

    I blame Global Warming…..

  4. RetiredTrainman says:

    This was the land of California trying to shack the CR+P (Democrats) out of the State. NOPE, didn’t work again, Pig-losi is still there.

  5. Thomas Aquinas says:

    Many once poor countries have dramatically improved living standards by unleashing the natural competitive tendencies of their citizens.

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