This Morning correspondent dies after being rushed to hospital

This Morning correspondent Sam Rubin has died at 64
This Morning correspondent Sam Rubin has died at 64 -Credit:Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

Sam Rubin, the former Hollywood correspondent for This Morning, has tragically died after being rushed to hospital. The reporter, 64, who also hosted Hollywood Uncensored, died following a heart attack after filming a segment from his home in the morning.

He was quickly taken to a Los Angeles hospital, but sadly passed away. Tributes have poured in on social media for Sam, with friends, listeners and colleagues expressing their shock and sadness at his sudden death.

As reported by the Mirror, Lisa Dent of 720 WGN shared on X: "Sam Rubin @SamOnTV had a heart attack and could not be saved. I'm heartbroken. He was a member of my radio show family, joining us a few times a week. Finding out live on the prompted some serious sobbing. My heartfelt condolences to his beloved family. Godspeed Sam."

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A devastated fan wrote: "Sad to hear that Sam Rubin of KTLA has passed suddenly from a heart attack. I loved his reporting. He was such a sweet, fun, nice guy. Condolences for his family."

Publicist Jamie Gruttemeyer Symonds told Variety: "I feel like everyone is going to feel like they lost a family friend.".

Sam, who has been a staple at KTLA since 1991 and has bagged several Emmys and a Golden Mike award over the years, was on air just yesterday. He hosted his own show, Hollywood Uncensored with Sam Rubin, which ran for over 100 episodes.