Oklahoma anchor Julie Chin is recovering after being struck by "the beginnings of a stroke" live on TV.

Chin Chin Tulsa NBC station KJRH Chin, who is a KJRH affiliate of Tulsa, was a transcript of NASA's

the delayed lunar mission when her delivery was slow and she began to stumble over the words.

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"I'm sorry, something is going on with me this morning," Chin stated after delivering her interview to the meteorologist at the station.

Chin's colleagues noticed the signs of something happening to her and called an ambulance she wrote on Facebook following the incident.

"The past few days are still a little bit of a mystery, but my doctors believe I had the beginnings of a stroke live on the air Saturday morning,"

Chin wrote in a posting on Facebook Sunday. "Some of you witnessed it firsthand, and I'm so sorry that happened."

The show seemed to appear out of thin air," she added on Facebook. "I felt fantastic prior to the show. 

But, over the course of a few moments during the newscast things began to unfold. "First, I lost partial vision in one eye. A little bit later my hand and arm went numb.

Then, I knew I was in big trouble when my mouth would not speak the words that were right in front of me on the teleprompter," she said.

"If you watched Saturday morning, you'll remember how hard I tried to move the show to the next level but the words did not come.