WFAA morning anchor, Ron Corning, is back working.
TVSpy first reported when Corning fell and broke his knee while on a house tour in New Mexico about a month ago. He says he been recovering since.
“While you’re going through it, you are home with your thoughts a lot of the time and thinking about your life,” Corning said on air yesterday morning.
He told co-anchor, Alexa Conomos, that his mom suffered a bad fall when she was 39 years old that left her with a brain injury. “All things considered I am doing ok.”
The anchor at the Tegna owned Dallas station came back wearing a full leg brace. He says he will undergo weeks of physical therapy.
You can watch the entire segment below.