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Found January 06, 2013 on IMAGE CPR SPORTS:

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KARE11 TV reporter Lee Valsvik was knocked over while doing a live shot at a Minneapolis restaurant in advance of Saturday night’s playoff game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers.

The TV crew wore Vikings gear. They decided to run a play right in the restaurant.

Valsvik took a hard hit and ended up on the floor. Fortunately, she wasn’t hurt.

Now if only the Vikings had actually played that way.

Perhaps they wouldn’t have lost 24-10 to the Packers.

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