“Bloomberg Surveillance” anchor Lacqua remains calm while set falls
“Bloomberg Surveillance” anchor Francine Lacqua is normally in London, but on Monday she was reporting from Rome, leading the show’s referendum coverage.
She was mid-question when some of the set came crashing down. Her guest, Luigi G. Zingales, a finance professor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, jumped in and helped her.
Lacqua made a joke and continued on with her question.
“This is a live show, people,” said Lacqua. “This is what happens when there’s a little bit of wind on a rooftop.”
The incident can be watched here:
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