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Doug Vogt (pronounced /ˈvoʊt/) (b. 1960 ) is a Canadian photojournalist and cameraman. He was born in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. He presently calls Aix-en-Provence, France his home with wife Viviane and three children.

While on assignment in Iraq for ABC News with anchor Bob Woodruff, Vogt and Woodruff were both severely injured by a roadside bomb. Vogt was struck by shrapnel in the head, and also sustained a broken shoulder. They were wearing body armor and protective helmets at the time of the explosion.

Woodruff and Vogt received battlefield surgical treatment at the U.S. Air Force hospital south of Balad, Iraq and were evacuated to the United States Army Medical Command hospital at Landstuhl, Germany on Sunday, January 29.

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