A news anchor in India has shown unbelievable professionalism while reporting on the car crash that killed her husband.
According to the Hindustan Times, 28-year-old Supreet Kaur, of the IBC-24 news channel, believed her husband was involved in the accident as soon as a reporter called it in.
The reporter said a Renault Duster was involved in the accident, which occurred on Saturday near Pithara, in the Mahasamund district, and left three of the car's five occupants dead.
The paper claimed Kaur knew her husband, Harsad Kawade, was travelling down that road at the time, along with four others, and she had a sense that her husband was one of those killed.
Despite this, Kaur managed not to break down in tears until after the transmission.
"She got a sense that it was her husband's vehicle. She read the bulletin and only when she came out of the studio, she started calling her relatives," a senior editor at the channel told the Hindustan Times.