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Kuwait Ambush Survivor Blacked Out as Shots Flew

A U.S. civilian who survived an ambush in Kuwait that killed his colleague said on Tuesday he blacked out as his car came under a hail of automatic rifle fire. David Caraway, a software engineer whose company was doing work for the U.S. military, was ambushed a week ago on a highway north of Kuwait City near Camp Doha, the main U.S. Army base in Kuwait and the likely launch pad for an invasion of Iraq now being considered by the United States. “My boss and I were driving out of Camp Doha. We only made it to the first or second intersection. We were stopped at a red light. Out of the blue we were taken by surprise and shot at,” Caraway, 37, told reporters from his hospital bed at the U.S. military’s medical facilities in Landstuhl in western Germany. Full Story

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