NEW YORK, March 7 (UPI) -- ABC News co-anchor Bob Woodruff is speaking with family and doctors and starting to walk, his brother reported Tuesday.
"My brother has been an overachiever his entire life, and none of us expect any less in this (healing) process," David Woodruff told Tuesday's "Good Morning America."
Woodruff and ABC cameraman Doug Vogt were injured in an Iraq roadside bombing Jan. 29. Voght was released from the Bethesda Medical Center and has since returned to France with his family.
Woodruff, 44, has even been able to speak in Chinese and German, his brother said.
The family was working to select a rehab facility so the father-of-four can continue to progress in his recovery.