The Los Angeles meteorologist is doing well after crashing in the air
During a live news broadcast on Saturday morning, meteorologist Alyssa Carlson Schwartz fainted before she could even tell the weather.
The CBS Los Angeles meteorologist was just introduced by co-anchors Nichelle Medina and Rachel Kim during 7 AM KCAL News but then her eyes rolled back and she fell to the ground in a taping Posted by TMZ.
“Thanks for all the text and calls!” Carlson Schwartz wrote on her Instagram Story that afternoon. “I will be fine!”
Carlson Schwartz who was crowned Mrs. Carlson Schwartz. In 2018, the Californian formerly shared her miraculous recovery from a heart condition after she was diagnosed with a leaky valve in 2014, following another incident at work. She had vomited while broadcasting on another station.
“They told me that eventually, the valve will probably have to be replaced. They didn’t know when it would wear out,” Carlson Schwartz told KGET Bakersfield in 2018, where she was chief meteorologist before joining KCAL in 2021.
After that incident, she and her husband (attorney Neil Schwartz) pursue a healthier lifestyle and welcome a daughter named Ares. When their baby was 9 months old, Carlson Schwartz experienced chest pains and returned to the hospital accordingly.
“It comes back that the valve has already started to repair itself. The stem cells from my baby are starting to heal my heart,” Carlson Schwartz said then, as he struggled with suffocation.
Carlson Schwartz served as Chair of the American Heart Association’s “Circle of Red” from 2017-2019.