Bob Woodruff of ABC News is headed to Havana this weekend for his first overseas reporting trip since being severely injured by a roadside bomb in Iraq last year.
He’ll be accompanied by cameraman Doug Vogt and sound technician Magnus Macedo, the team with him on the fateful Iraq trip. Woodruff, 45, suffered traumatic brain injuries in the Jan. 29, 2006, bombing. Vogt was also wounded.
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