Shocking moment a reporter is hit by a piece of shrapnel from a Syrian airstrike live on air while delivering his lines to camera
- WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES
- Ebrahim al-Khateeb on camera in Handarat, north of Syria’s capital Aleppo
- Sudden explosion and camera dropped to the floor as reporter yelled
- Colleague slowly guided him to their car as blood streamed from his face
- His news channel Orient News said he is now in a stable condition
This is the shocking moment a Syrian TV reporter gets struck in the face by shrapnel after being caught up in an airstrike while his delivering his report.
Correspondent Ebrahim al-Khateeb was on camera in Handarat, north of Syria’s capital Aleppo, when there was a sudden loud explosion.
The camera dropped to the floor and the reporter can be heard shouting to his crew before being helped to his feet by a colleague.
The colleague slowly guided him to their car as blood streamed from his face and he clasped his forehead and eyes in shock.
As al-Khateeb entered the car, one colleague ushered him while another wiped his face with a towel.
The reporter then appeared
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