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The broadcast of the sports program ESPN Radio, on Colombian television, had to be interrupted when one of the screens in the recording studio fell on one of the chatters.

In the video of the incident, which quickly became viral on the networks, you can see how a giant screen falls on the back of Carlos Orduz before the gaze of his teammates. The host of the showFrancisco Vélez, asked that the broadcast be paused to attend to his partner.

Orduz himself rushed to calm the public with a video message in which he assured that he was fine and that “absolutely nothing happened to him, apart from the scare.” The journalist also thanked Internet users for all their messages of concern.

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