CNN reporter knocked down during live coverage of Charlotte protests


>> Watch the video here

“We’re fine, just someone taking out their frustrations on me,” Lavandera told CNN’s Anderson Cooper when Cooper asked if he was OK.

>> Charlotte police shooting: State of emergency declared during 2nd night of violent protests

Lavandera later

September 22, 2016 ">September 22, 2016 ">tweeted, "For a guy that hates to be part of the story, let me just say I am fine. Thank you for your well wishes. Back to work now."


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