Rookie Reporter Attacked by Bugs (Cicadas) During Live Broadcast

A reporter in Kansas named Katya Leick was trying to do a segment at a military base recently. But she couldn't get more than two words out, because a bunch of CICADAS were flying all around her. They're the bugs that live underground, and only hatch once every 17 years. And she had to do take after take, because she kept stopping to swat them away. Then she freaked out when one of them landed on her FACE.

Rookie Reporter's Cicada Attack Caught on Tape

KSNT's Katya Leick was on the job only eight months when the insects interrupted her report. Watch More on SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: LIKE ABC News on FACEBOOK FOLLOW ABC News on TWITTER: GOOD MORNING AMERICA'S HOMEPAGE: