The shock was good Tuesday night in the middle of Op1’s live broadcast, after guest Corlien Doodkorte fell out of view of the camera. Other guests came to the rescue, while announcers Charles Gronhuyesen and Margie Fix tried to explain to the viewer what was going on.
“In the meantime, there’s some panic here in the studio, because one of the guests has fallen,” Fex said, upset. “I don’t know how we’re going to solve it now. She’s being helped now. She’s bleeding and she’s not going well. Ma’am it’s being removed at this time. She needs some help. It’s very upsetting.”
Doodkorte came to the talk show to talk about healing after prayer. General practitioner Dick Kreugthof has a PhD on the subject from the University of Victoria, while pulmonologist Rick Paul was involved in the study. They both talked about the investigation. Dodicourty was speaking about her own experiences as a patient with Parkinson’s disease.
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However, after the fall, she did not return to broadcasting and Kreuthoff and Paul told their and her story. At the end of the broadcast, Fikse states that “Mrs.” Doodkorte is doing well. “She just has a bloody, scratched nose.”
I was shocked, says political interpreter Thomas van Groningen, also a guest at the table. “I saw it happen. The table in Op1 is on a little stage, and he popped out of it because of the camera setup. I just stepped in that hole I fell through. I was shocked, but she’s fine now.”
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