Anchors React When Fire Alarm Goes Off During Live Show

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

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What happens when the fire alarm goes off during a live morning show?

You do what anyone would do. Stop and ask yourself if it’s just a test or real. And that’s what WFAA morning anchors Ron Corning and Kara Sewell did on Friday.

“Does this mean we really have a problem? This is going to be really hard to talk over,” said Corning.

The team did a quick intro to a story before they decided it was time to go to break.

“We’re going to take the best example here and we’re going to leave. See you after this.”

It turned out to be a false alarm for the Tegna owned station in Dallas. The show went on.

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