Pierre Zakrzewski, a Fox News cameraman, has been killed on the outskirts of Kiev in Ukraine, the US channel reported on Tuesday.
Zakrzewski was killed and his colleague Benjamin Hall was injured when his vehicle was struck on Monday, in a statement outside the capital, Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said in a statement.
Hall, a British man who works as a network State Department correspondent, remains hospitalized in Ukraine, Scott said.
“Pierre was a war photographer, and he covered almost all of the international stories for Fox News from Iraq to Afghanistan and Syria during his long time with us,” Scott said. “His passion and talent as a journalist were unparalleled.”
Zakrzewski, who lives in London, has been working in Ukraine since February.
On Sunday, a U.S. journalist was shot dead and another wounded in Irpin, the first front-line district of Kiev, one of the fiercest fighting since Russia invaded Ukraine.
Brent Renaud, a 50-year-old video documentary maker, was working for Time Studios on a project on global refugee issues, the media reported.
The International Federation of Journalists identified the injured journalist as the American photographer Juan Arredondo.
A Ukrainian man in the same car was also injured, according to a local doctor.
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