Chinese TV reporter tied with rope while reporting live, minutes before typhoon Haikui arrives (Video)By Angel Cuala on Aug 16, 2012 in Asia, Weather •
A female Chinese TV reporter was tied with a rope around her waist while reporting live, as shown in the video below, as part of her job to provide the latest weather report as it happens; just minutes before typhoon Haikui made a touchdown in mainland China.
Chinese TV reporter tied with rope while
reporting live, before typhoon Haikui arrives
Image Credit: FieryNews/YouTube
As noted at Chinabuzz.net on Thursday, August 9, 2012, the unnamed Chinese TV reporter was assigned to make a live reporting on the condition in the streets on Wednesday early morning in Ningbo, China, around 20 minutes before the typhoon Haikui landed.
As reported earlier, typhoon Haikui has made a landfall in the area of Hepu Township in Xiangshan County, Zhejiang Province, China at 3:20 a.m. (local time) that Wednesday, after leaving the Philippines with several flooded areas during to continuous heavy rains.
Meanwhile, the Chinese reporter was wearing a plastic raincoat and was tied with some kind of rope to prevent her from being blown away by the strong wind being brought about by the incoming typhoon, and began reporting using their local language.
At first, she is seen being able to withstand the wind despite her face being hit by heavy rains; but it did not take long and she decided to squat down as she continue her live report.
She later stood up and bravely finished her report and one of the male news crew members helped her get out from her post.
Chinese TV reporter tied with rope while reporting live, before typhoon Haikui arrives
Video Credit: FieryNews/YouTube
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