Daughters Helped Injured Reporter Survive Bombing in Ukraine

Daughters Helped Injured Reporter Survive Bombing in Ukraine

Russia’s unprovoked invasion of and assault on Ukraine continues. Russia has inflicted death and destruction upon the small European country. However, one person who was terribly injured during Vladimir Putin’s ongoing deadly assault on Ukraine found strength and motivation from his children. 

Benjamin Hall was in Ukraine’s capital city, Kyiv, reporting on Russia’s invasion of the country last March. At one point during his travels, Benjamin’s vehicle was struck by Russian bombs, according to Inside Edition.

Benjamin suffered devastating injuries. He ended up losing a leg, both of his feet, can only see through one eye and lost the use of a hand, he said during an appearance on Fox News. 

Benjamin, in the aftermath of the attack, said he knew he was badly injured. However, he was able to find the determination to make it out alive. 

“I saw my own daughters, my young daughters and they brought me back,” Benjamin said

Without his children, Benjamin says he would not have survived the attack. 

“And I found the strength. I opened my eyes and I managed to crawl out of the car. And then the third bomb hit the car itself and if it weren’t for them bringing me back, there’s no way I would be here today,” he said.

While Benjamin was badly injured, the attack was also deadly. A cameraman and an interpreter traveling with Benjamin were both killed.

But despite all of this, Benjamin said that he “feels more confident than I ever have.”

Benjamin also provided words of advice for people enduring hardships and difficult times in life.

“Never give up. Never assume it’s all over,” he said.

Benjamin's story is one of love, determination and the will to survive!

1 Corinthians 15:58 “Therefore, my beloved brothers, be you steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, for as much as you know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord.”

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