Sandra Sully suffers an awkward on-air gaffe when 10 News First accidentally sends a blooper

Sandra Sully suffers an embarrassing on-air gaffe when 10 News First accidentally shows blooper footage of the news anchor tripping over her words

Veteran news anchor Sandra Sully was unknowingly caught up in a live TV glitch after 10 News First accidentally aired blooper footage on Tuesday.

The clip shows Sully left speechless as he tries to cover a story about Florida’s latest hurricane evacuation orders.

Sully seemed frustrated as she fumbled over her words, shuffled her papers and looked down.

Veteran news anchor Sandra Sully (pictured) was unknowingly caught up in a live TV glitch after 10 News First accidentally aired blooper footage on Tuesday

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The screen then suddenly goes black before commercials start playing.

Oddly enough, footage of Sully’s blooper then plays a second time. It then suddenly speeds up, plays backwards, and eventually goes black.

Sully’s blooper was reportedly pre-taped in Sydney hours before it was broadcast in Brisbane TV black box,

As reported by TV Blackbox, the clip shows Sully being left speechless while trying to cover a story about Florida’s latest hurricane evacuation orders

It didn’t go unnoticed when several viewers took to Twitter to express their confusion afterwards.

“Channel 10 News is struggling,” one tweeted, while another wrote, “I hope everything is ok with Sandra Sully – TV is doing some weird jumps.”

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Sully finally responded after a viewer speculated that her blooper was “a dry run that accidentally aired.”

It didn’t go unnoticed when several viewers took to Twitter to express their confusion afterwards

“Not at all tbh – just some technical issues tonight folks – thanks for staying with us,” she replied.

It comes just months after The 10 News First: Breakfast presenter Lachlan Kennedy accidentally co-launched a breakfast bulletin with “Good evening” instead of “Good morning”.

Kennedy, who previously hosted the evening news, did not admit the mistake and continued the broadcast as if nothing had happened.

Sully finally responded after a viewer speculated that her blooper was “a dry run that accidentally aired.”

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It comes just months after The 10 News First: Breakfast host Lachlan Kennedy (pictured) accidentally started a breakfast bulletin with “Good evening” instead of “Good morning.”

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