CBS Reporter injured in Iraq returns to US

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June 8, 2006 02:24

 
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Television correspondent Kimberly Dozier, who was critically wounded by a car bomb in Iraq last week, returned to the United States on Wednesday, the US Air Force said. The 39-year-old reporter for the CBS News network was carried off the plane on a stretcher after arriving from Germany. She was taken to the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Dozier was wounded May 29 in a blast that killed her camera crew - Paul Douglas and James Brolan, both of Britain - as well as a US soldier and an Iraqi translator.

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