- shake, rattle, and roll June 16
This morning, Oklahoma City meteorologist Danielle Dozier experienced a 4.3-magnitude earthquake while she was in the middle of her weather forecast on live TV.
"Whoa! Oh my gosh!" she declared, before covering her mouth. "I'm so sorry. This is live on air."
"Forgive me," she said a moment later. "It actually scared me — that's how powerful it was."
Dozier wasn't alone. Over at another outlet, meteorologist Lacey Swope was even more dramatic. The Washington Post has video of her startling reaction.- - Jordan Valinsky
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