March 7, 2006 -- ABC News' President David Westin has released an update on Bob Woodruff's condition:
Bob has made some substantial progress in recent days. He is now conscious and talking, although he remains under fairly heavy medication for pain from his various injuries, which are healing well.
They have him up and walking around. He's conversing with [his wife] Lee, with his children and with the nurses. He's approaching the point where he will be leaving Bethesda Medical Center, and they are working hard at the moment to make sure they have the right facility to continue his recovery. Once again, it's important for all of us to bear in mind that this will be a long process. We're not close to the end yet. But, as he has throughout, Bob is exceeding expectations and giving us real reason for optimism.
Doug Vogt, who was also injured in the Jan. 29 attack, is back with his family in France and recovering well. He will continue to undergo treatment there and come back for occasional checkups.