Good Morning Britain’s Susanna Reid reassured viewers that ITV journalist Rohit Kachroo was fine when a line of communication with him from Kyiv, Ukraine interrupted discussion about his safety
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Susanna Reid reassures viewers, an ITV journalist is fine after his conversation about safety in Ukraine was cut short on Good Morning Britain.
Rohit Kachroo, ITV Global Security Editor, was reporting live from Kyiv in Ukraine on today’s ITV breakfast show, when host Adil Ray asked him how he feels about the own safety in the war ravaged city.
When the journalist explained that he felt luckiest of all because he had protective equipment, the line was cut due to a technical problem and he disappeared from the screen, leaving viewers worried about his safety with everything is happening.
Susanna and Adil quickly tried to get in touch with Rohit again as they didn’t want to pause the conversation there, especially since Rohit was just discussing his own safety and other journalists reporting from the area. .
When they contacted them again, Rohit explained that he felt safe because he had protective equipment including a helmet and special vest, while many people were still in the capital without any measures. any protection.
Explaining how he feels very “lucky” to be provided with protective gear, the cropped photo with Rohit’s name moving across the screen earlier also disappeared.
The pair reassured viewers that Rohit was fine, and when they returned to the screen later, Susanna told those watching the show: “Just to reassure our viewers, Rohit is fine. It was just a technical problems but he’s fine.”
Rohit was one of the journalists present from Ukraine amid the devastating events taking place there.
Last week, Romilly Weeks updated ITV News on the current situation in Lviv as sirens sounded in the background. She bravely decided to move on as she updated Julie Etchingham on what was going on.
“But Julie, I also wanted to show you a little bit of what’s going on at this station, because tens of thousands of people – families fleeing hostilities – are coming here every day,” Romilly began to explain. prefer.
“There’s air raid sirens going on – we’ll keep going. There’s Red Cross tents, there’s charity tents being set up here, there’s food provided from the soup kitchens, There were also fires that were lit because it was too cold.”
She added: “In the distance, there are buses taking people to the Polish border.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/susanna-reid-reassures-gmb-viewers-26534685 Susanna Reid reassures GMB viewers as journalist's Ukraine coverage is cut amid safety talk