A FOX News reporter has been injured while reporting outside of Kyiv, Ukraine, according to the network.
The injured journalist was identified as British correspondent Benjamin Hall.
Fox’s John Roberts announced the news live on-air on Monday, calling it “news we hate to pass along.”
“It’s obviously what happens sometimes in the middle of a conflict,” said Roberts.
“A Fox News journalist has been injured while news-gathering outside of Kyiv.”
A spokesperson for Fox News could not identify who may have been injured.
Reporters operating within Ukraine have been targeted by several attacks. American journalist Brent Renaud was shot and killed on Saturday after Russian forces opened fire on a vehicle full of foreign reporters, while his companion, photojournalist Juan Arredondo, was injured while attempting to remove Renaud from the warzone in Irpin.
A team from the British broadcaster Sky News was shot at by Russian troops on Feb. 28, with two reporters receiving injuries, while three others escaped unscathed.
Russian troops fired at a freelance Swiss reporter named Guillaume Briquet on March 6, then robbed and threatened to kill him.