Fox News' Benjamin Hall, Pierre Zakrzewski and Sasha Kuvshynova were honored at the European Awards for Investigative and Judicial Journalism.
The widow of a Fox News war zone photographer Pierre Zakrzewski who was killed in Ukraine earlier this year is demanding answers about her husband’s death.
Yingst joined “The Untold Story with Martha MacCallum” podcast this week from the Ukrainian capital city of Kyiv.
The Fox News reporter shared the injuries he sustained due to the attack but feels lucky to be alive.
Yingst told The Hollywood Reporter that Zakrzewski was the best photojournalist that he had ever worked with.
Friends and family gathered to pay their final respects to Zakrzewski who was laid to rest in Dublin, Ireland, on Tuesday.
CNN chief international correspondent Clarissa Ward and Fox News foreign correspondent Trey Yingst worked together, calling morgues and hospitals to locate Pierre Zakrzewski and Oleksandra Kuvshynova.
Zakrzewski’s mother, Marie-Ange, had told of living in persistent fear when he was out working in war zones worldwide.
Hall was injured by a Russian artillery attack that killed his colleagues Pierre Zakrzewski and Oleksandra Kuvshynova.
Plenty of people from the news media shared their thoughts on the two latest journalists to die while covering the Russian Invasion of Ukraine.