CBS radio correspondent wounded by bomb in Afghanistan

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August 29, 2009 03:06

 
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A CBS Radio News correspondent was seriously injured by a bomb in Afghanistan, a spokesperson for the station said on Friday. Cami McCormick was wounded when the army vehicle she was riding in struck a bomb south of Kabul on Friday. The network could not confirm the extent of her injuries. She was treated at a field hospital, where she was in stable condition after surgery. McCormick was transported to Bagram Air Base, north of Kabul, for more treatment. McCormick is an award-winning New York-based correspondent who has worked for CBS since 1998. The 47-year-old was covering the recent elections in Afghanistan.

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