Former Philadelphia District Attorney Lynne Abraham took quite the fall during a mayoral debate Tuesday night. WCAU shows us what happened.
The host of the debate said: "All right. Ladies and gentlemen, we're going to pause for a quick break, and we'll be right back."
As you can tell by the gasps in the crowd, that was a hard fall.
A morning anchor on "Fox & Friends" said: "Abraham quickly regained consciousness and was helped off stage."
NewsWorks, a Philadelphia news outlet, reports that Abraham was treated backstage and told by a doctor she had low blood pressure.
The debate, hosted by the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, continued without Abraham.
She seems to be doing all right, though She tweeted a picture afterwards, letting everyone know she was okay.
She even joked about it at a press conference that same evening.
That's not an opening act we'd like to see again.
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