CBS Iraq correspondent in critical condition

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May 30, 2006 14:30

 
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A CBS television news correspondent who had reported on the deteriorating conditions in Iraq for three years was in critical but stable condition at a US military hospital in Germany on Tuesday, a day after a car bomb killed two of her colleagues. Doctors had removed shrapnel from Dozier's head before she arrived in Germany but said she had more serious injuries to her lower body, CBS News reported on its Web site. British cameraman Paul Douglas, 48, and British freelance soundman James Brolan, 42, were killed Monday when a car bomb exploded as they were working on a story about American troops in Iraq on Memorial Day, the network said. The US military said an American soldier and an Iraqi interpreter were killed in the same blast and six American soldiers were injured.

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