Fox News reporter Benjamin Hall transferred to San Antonio hospital after surviving Ukrainian attack

Fox News reporter Benjamin Hall has moved to BAMC in San Antonio, according to the national news outlet.

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Benjamin Hall, the Fox News reporter who was seriously injured in Ukraine while covering the Russian invasion last week, is being treated in San Antonio. The national news outlet shared an update on Hall’s health on Friday, March 25.

FOX News Media CEO Suzanne Scott wrote an internal memo to staffers, which was publicly shared by the outlet on Friday morning, saying Hall, 39, was transferred from Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio on Thursday, March 24.

“BAMC is a premier military medical facility and Ben is receiving excellent care as he continues to recover from his serious injuries following multiple surgeries,” Scott’s memo reads.

Scott says Fox has been in close contact with Hall and those close to him. She writes that he “remains in good spirits despite everything he’s been through”.

Fox News reporter Benjamin Hall has moved to BAMC in San Antonio, according to the national news outlet.

Fox News reporter Benjamin Hall has moved to BAMC in San Antonio, according to the national news outlet.

The Washington DC-based journalist was injured near kyiv on March 14 while covering the war for Fox News. His employer said the car he was in “was attacked”. He was a reporter alongside Ukrainian journalist Oleksandra “Sasha” Kuvshinova, 24, and Fox News cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski, 55. Both Kuvshinova and Zakrzewski were killed in the attack.

The news came days after American filmmaker and journalist Brent Renaud was shot dead in Ukraine. Renaud was a graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

“His strength and resilience in the face of this crisis has been nothing short of extraordinary,” Scott said of Hall.