A TV reporter who was unfortunately struck in the head by a 95 MPH foul ball while she was reporting is reportedly “hanging in there.”

Kelsey Wingert was accidentally struck in the head by a 95 MPH foul ball on Monday during the Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants game held at the Coors Field in Denver.

The foul ball came after Austin Slater of the San Francisco Giants hit a foul ball off Daniel Bard of the Rockies at the top of the ninth inning. It inadvertently hit Wingert who was seated in the first-base camera while reporting on AT&T Sportsnet, USA Today reported.

Wingert showed off the multiple stitches on her forehead following the incident on social media.

"I took a 95 MPH line straight into my forehead," her social media post read. “The @Rockies & @ATTSportsNetRM have treated me like family. Getting me treatment & to the best hospital ASAP. I was at hospital for 5 hours w/ David Woodman (GM of AT&T SN), his wife, Paula & my producer Alison Vigil,” the post further read.

The foul ball left a deep cut on Wingert’s forehead. She was transported to the best hospital by the Rockies and AT&T and spent five hours getting internal and external stitches because of how deep the wound was.

"I had a CT scan to make sure there was no internal bleeding of fractures and all came back clear. Thank God," Wingert continued. "The stitches will have to come out in a week. I'm very lucky it wasn't worse. It was just really scary and bummed me out given the circumstances."

Wingert plans to take a few days off before returning to work. She is set to get married in June and doctors are hoping that the scar won’t look bad for the wedding.

In 2018, Wingert was also hit while standing in the camera that was well past the Buffalo Braves first base dugout.

It happened after Odubel Herrera of the Philadelphia Phillies grounded the foul in the seventh inning, something that eventually hit Wingert.

Brandon Phillips #4 of the Atlanta Braves is doused by Matt Kemp #27 with a water cooler, along with Braves reporter Kelsey Wingert Brandon Phillips #4 of the Atlanta Braves is doused by Matt Kemp #27 with a water cooler, along with Braves reporter Kelsey Wingert Getty Images | Scott Cunningham