Four years ago today, ABC News’ Bob Woodruff narrowly escaped death.
Reporting from Iraq, the World News Tonight co-anchor was in a convoy struck by a roadside bomb, injuring both Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt. But in the four years since, Woodruff has beaten the insurmountable odds to recover from his serious brain injury and work on camera again.
Today, our sister blog TVNewser reports, Woodruff is celebrating his ‘Alive Day’ with a father-daughter dance with his twin nine-year-old daughters, as well as a big interview with former John Edwards aide Andrew Young on 20/20 tonight. Woodruff promises some big news from his interview with Young — “revelations that you’ll hear from an aide who was witness to much of this incredible mess.”
And even bigger news for Woodruff — he has stopped going to speech and physical therapy. He told TVNewser:
“Most of my friends and family around me four years ago, would have never really thought that I would be able to do what I’m doing now. I’m very close to the way I was before.
There’s no way that you return to exactly the way you were, but there are parts of you that are better.”
Read more: Bob Woodruff’s Big Interview Just Part Of A Big Day –TVNewser
Previously: Once Seriously Injured In Iraq, Woodruff Returns
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