MAN HAS SEIZURE AT HALL OF FAME

A man collapsed at the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum grand opening, however it was NOT Clay Davidson.

Clay was at the opening ceremony, being interviewed live on Nashville's WKDF radio station, when a man in the audience fell onto him.

"It was wild," says Clay. "This guy fell into my back and then onto the ground. I didn't know what was going on."

They realized that the man was having a seizure, and called for an ambulance live on the air. Paramedics arrived quickly, and the man is fine.

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