Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall was taken out of Ukraine after being seriously injured while reporting outside Kyiv on Monday.
Hall is “alert” and in “good spirits” while being treated for his injuries, according to a statement from the media company.
Fox News cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski, journalist Oleksandra “Sasha” Kuvshynovaand Hall were traveling in a vehicle in Horenka, a village nearly 20 miles from Kyiv, when they were struck by incoming fire.
Zakrzewski, 55, and Kuvshynova, 24, were killed in the incident.
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“Pierre was a war zone photographer who covered nearly every international story for Fox News from Iraq to Afghanistan to Syria during his long tenure with us,” Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said in a statement. “His passion and talent as a journalist were unmatched.”
He leaves behind a wife and a family.
Kuvshynova was working as a consultant for the network as they covered Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in Kyiv and surrounding areas. Scott said she will be remembered for her hard work and bravery.
“Today is a heartbreaking day for Fox News Media and for all journalists risking their lives to deliver the news,” the statement said.
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Their deaths come after American photojournalist Brent Renaud was killed on Sunday when Russian soldiers fired on a car in Irpin, a town 30 miles outside of Kyiv.
A second American journalist, Juan Arredondo, was hospitalized with shrapnel wounds, police said.
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