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Challenging times for Fox4 Good Day co-anchor Lauren Przybyl


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It’s been a rough several months for Lauren Przybyl, veteran co-anchor of Fox4’s Good Day.

Last fall she delivered her second child, a boy named Beck, under extreme duress after being diagnosed with HELLP Syndrome. He was born via C-section six weeks prematurely because of the risk to the mother’s life. Przybyl and her husband, Shane, also have a daughter, Landry, who was born in April 2013.

She interviewed her doctor, Hampton Richards, about the procedure shortly after returning to on air-duty at Fox4. The video is below. But then came another bad break -- actually two of them.

“Started off 2017 with a bang -- literally!!” Przybyl posted Jan. 5th on her Facebook page. “Tripped on a box and broke my arm in two spots (shoulder and wrist). Good news: Don’t need surgery. Bad news: I’ve been told not to move much the next few weeks. (Hard task with an infant and 3-year-old!).”

She remains on the mend as the February “sweeps” ratings period nears (it starts on Thursday, Feb. 2nd). With and without her, Good Day remains No. 1 in the Dallas-Fort Worth Nielsens. Przybyl joined the morning program in Sept. 2009, replacing Megan Henderson after she took an anchoring job in Los Angeles.

Judging from her ongoing Facebook posts, Przybyl remains amazingly resilient and upbeat through all of this. The staff here at unclebarky.com (that would be me) wishes her a speedy, safe and prudent recovery.

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