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Woodruff, Vogt improving -- UPDATE

by Anna Johns, posted Feb 9th 2006 10:03AM
bob woodruff improvingDoug Vogt, the ABC camerman who was injured by a roadside bomb in Iraq, is in an outpatient facility this morning. He was moved to Bethesda Medical Center to continue his recovery.

ABC World News Tonight anchor Bob Woodruff, who was injured in the same attack on Jan. 29, remains sedated. His injuries, to his upper torso, head, face, and brain, are much more serious than Vogt's. Doctors say that Woodruff is showing signs of improvement, but his road to recovery is going to be much longer and harder than Vogt's. In the meantime, ABC News chose to move Woodruff's co-anchor, Elizabeth Vargas, off the anchor desk and replace her, at least temporarily, with Charlie Gibson and Diane Sawyer.

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brenda sotelo

hello, i want to tell bob hello and tell him i am praying for him. i hope he gets better soon.

February 12 2006 at 11:55 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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