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ABC News has Woodruff video

  |   Feb. 3, 2006 at 3:39 PM
NEW YORK, Feb. 3 (UPI) -- ABC News executives in New York say they have not viewed the tape that was rolling when an Iraqi roadside bomb hit anchor Bob Woodruff and his cameraman.

The videotape is still in Doug Vogt's damaged camera, which was transported with the injured men to the United States, the New York Post reported Friday.

"It was hand-carried back from Iraq to Germany to Washington and now to New York," the ABC News spokesman said. "The tape is still in the camera."

It is unknown whether any of the explosion that injured Woodruff and Vogt or its aftermath appear on the tape.

Vogt, 46, was shooting video of Woodruff, 44, and the surrounding area as the two were standing in an Iraqi military vehicle when their convoy was rocked by a roadside bomb.

Both journalists are being treated at Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland.

Topics: Bob Woodruff
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