No journalist likes seeing their name below the byline, but Alex Savidge probably cares more that he's alive.
The reporter, who works for San Francisco's KTVU, was nearly hit by a car Tuesday while reporting live on a train derailment, according to the outlet.
Savidge was standing in a 7-Eleven parking lot when the car sailed towards him.
Photographer Chip Vaughan yelled at him to get out of the way just in time — but only by chance did Savidge jump in the right direction.
Both the station and Savidge tweeted later that he and Vaughan were okay.
— Alex Savidge (@AlexSavidgeKTVU) March 8, 2016
This isn't the first heart-stopping moment caught on live TV.
A journalist in Minnesota was reporting live on a bank robbery in December when the suspect ran through his shot.
CNN anchor Poppy Harlow, who is pregnant, also had a scary moment last year when she passed out while reporting a story.
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