Benjamin Hall is known as a fox News reporter, who was injured in the Kyiv explosion, posted a photo of himself on a stretcher with a patch over his left eye.
After the incidence, Benjamin Hall made his first comments on Thursday night, since he and his crew were attacked last month while reporting on the Ukraine conflict.
Benjamin is now recovering from his Injury, as he described his serious injuries and expressed gratitude for his survival.
After his recovery, Hall uploaded a photo of himself that appears to be from the hospital. In the photo, he was seen laying on a hospital bed with one eye covered, bandaged wounds, and medical wires surrounding him.
The Fox News correspondent shared a photo of himself laying on a stretcher, his left eye was covered by a patch, although it’s now a deleted tweet
Hall shared the extent of his injuries, showing that he had lost half of his leg, the other foot, and vision in one eye, and thousands of tweets flooded in in reaction to Hall’s post, wishing the injured reporter a speedy recovery.
Benjamin Hall was discovered injured in an incident that also killed Fox News cameraman Pierre Zakrzewski and Ukrainian journalist and fixer Oleksandra “Sasha” Kuvshynova on March 14.
The reporters were all traveling in the same vehicle, which was hit by the incoming fire outside of Kyiv in Horenka.
The severely wounded Hall was transported out of Ukraine because of the efforts of Fox News journalists, the Pentagon, and a team of professionals.
He was sent to a German hospital for treatment before being transferred to a Texas hospital.
Benjamin Hall is a family guy who has been married to his wife, Alicia Meller, an Australian fashion businesswoman, for about seven years.
The couple has three young girls who appear on their dad’s Instagram frequently. The family lives in Washington, D.C.
Miller works for Senso, an Australian design and footwear company started by her parents in 1979.
Moreover, Alicia also co-founded the company with her two sisters, Imogen and Skye, in 2010 and is now in charge of worldwide development.