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It happens so fast but the reporter, Alex Savage, managed to jump out of the way in the nick of time. He posted a follow up video on Facebook assuring everyone he was okay and crediting his photographer, Chip Vaughan, with shouting the alert that saved his life.

Close Call!! Almost got hit by a car live on-air, heart still pounding.

Posted by Alex Savidge KTVU on Tuesday, March 8, 2016

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Let's not even ask what he thinks of Saskatchewan's capitol, Regina.

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"If you want to sharpen a pencil, you can collect every item you need for under 1000 dollars... so there's no reason to be intimidated by sharpening a pencil."

NOPE SORRY. I'VE GOT BETTER THINGS TO SPEND 1000 DOLLARS ON THAN PENCIL SHARPENING, THANKS. YOU KNOW, OTHER TRIVIAL STUFF LIKE FOOD AND RENT.

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They always tell you it's not professional to read directly off the slides.

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Kaitlyn Walls, a woman living in The Colony, Texas was fired from her new job before her first day even started.

The reason? The daycare center that was to be her new place of employment caught wind of her post on Facebook saying that she hates "working at daycares". She followed up that post with another saying "I just really hate being around a lot of kids" as she prepared for the first day of her job that requires her to be surrounded by children.

"It really was a big mistake," Walls said, telling CBS that she was just "venting".

Predictably, she has gotten a lot of hate from the internet about those comments as well. Walls vows to change her social media habits after learning from this, in hindsight, painfully obvious mistake.