Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall, who was injured in an attack in Ukraine last week that left two reporters dead, has been moved to a hospital in Texas after undergoing multiple surgeries, CEO Suzanne Scott told staffers Friday.
Hall was moved from the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany to Brooke Army Medical Center in Houston, Scott said.
The day after he was attacked Scott said Hall had “safely” exited Ukraine, and it wasn’t clear then where he was moved to.
Scott said Hall is still recovering from his “serious injuries” and “multiple surgeries” and is in “good spirits despite everything he has endured.”
Dr. Richard Jadick, who worked with the group Save Our Allies to get Hall out of Ukraine, said Wednesday that Hall “had some critical injuries that required a lot of attention,” and Jadick’s team “worked hard at putting together the right scenario to get [Hall]
out safely” and not worsening his condition.