Early Saturday morning in Iraq, ABC anchor Bob Woodruff , 44, and cameraman Doug Vogt, 46,were riding with an Iraqi Army unit when the vehicle hit an IED, or improvised explosive device.
The two were embedded with the 4th Infantry Division when the attack happened near Taji. Both were wearing helmets and body armor, but sustained injuries from flying metal. There are reports that an attack ensued after the IED exploded.
Woodruff and Vogt were then taken to a U.S. military hospital for surgery immediately after the attack.