|News anchors freak out after explosion|
(Scroll down for video) Viewers and a television news crew were shaken up after their studio was rocked by an explosion during a live news show, according to video uploaded to the internet.
The three news anchors reporting in the United States remained agitated during the live show after the explosion.
At 5:30 am on Friday, anchors John Thomas, Jane Monreal and meteorologist Kristin Diaz of KIII-TV in Corpus Christi, Texas, were live on the air when the studio shook by an explosion.
The anchors were clearly surprised and jumped when they heard the strange noise.
However, they were able to laugh it off and continued with their live show, despite not knowing what had happened.
"Oh, the studio has had a bit of fuss, we'll have to see what it was about, we might be making our own news. Meanwhile, let's stay calm here and try to let you know what you need to know this morning," Monreal said.
"What a way to wake up," Diaz said.
The explosion was caused by a gas explosion in a house two miles away from the studio. Two men were injured in the incident, while three houses were destroyed.