Canadian Reporter Breaks Down in Tears on Live TV As She Announces Colleague’s Sudden Death
Published September 10, 2022 at 11:53am
This week, Matthew Rodrigopulle, a reporter for Global News Regina, died suddenly in his home. He was only 24 years old.
Global Regina morning show anchor Kimberley Fowler shared the shocking and tragic news of the passing of Matthew Rodrigopulle during a live telecast.
“Before we leave you this morning, we have some sad news to share. This is our first morning back on the air after a member of the global Regina team has passed away,” Fowler announced while shaken up.
“Our Matthew Rodrigopulle sadly died suddenly yesterday in his home in Regina… And we extend our condolences to his family. Matthew Rodrigopulle will be dearly missed, and we like to sign off in honor of Matthew this morning,” Fowler concluded.
Well, one more ShiteLib “SUDDENLY” down, to there is that.
Makes me chuckle every time.
That new Canadian, He!, was only 24.
I thought these Brahmin were all smart.
They be lyin! They be lyin!