Viral: New Zealand PM Jacinda carries on with live TV interview during earthquake
Mon, May 25, 2020, 01:30 PM
New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern has been interrupted during a live TV interview by an earthquake. However, the Prime Minister was seen unaffected and calmly continued with a smile on her face. She has talked to the host stating that she was not under any hanging lights and added that she is structurally in a sound place.
Jacinda Ardern continued her speech from the parliament building when an earthquake of 5.8 magnitudes took place in the ocean 62 miles north-east of Wellington.
The video has gone viral, and it is trending on social media sites.