Help WQAD News 8's Kelsey Woodard get rid of her hiccups

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Meteorologist Can't Stop Hiccuping On-Air

Quad Cities, WQAD -- WQAD News 8's Kelsey Woodard had some trouble finishing up News 8 at 9 Saturday night because of some unexpected hiccups.

We told her to eat a spoon full of sugar. Let's hope it kicks in by News 8 at 10!

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