Fox News cinematographer Pierre Zakrzewski has died in Ukraine, the U.S. Network reported Tuesday.
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Zakrzevsky was killed and his colleague Benjamin Hall was injured when their vehicle caught fire in Horenka on Monday.Outside kyiv, Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said in a statement.
“Pierre was a war zone photographer who covered almost all international news for Fox News, from Iraq to Afghanistan to Syria when he worked with us for a long time,” Scott said. “His passion and talent as a journalist is unparalleled,” he added.
Photographer Received the “Anonymous Hero” award at the chain’s “Spotlight Awards” last December, Highlighted.
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Last Sunday, Brent Renat, a journalist and former collaborator of The New York Times, was killed in another attack near Kiev.
For his part, Scott said Benjamin Hall of the United Kingdom, who covers the State Department for the American chain, is in hospital in Ukraine.
Ukraine’s Attorney General Irina Venedikova posted on Facebook on Monday that a British reporter had sustained injuries to both legs and although she did not identify him, Fox released a photo of the journalist’s foreign recognition.