CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier, who was critically injured in Iraq on May 29, has been released from a Maryland rehabilitation facility and will continue rehab on an outpatient basis in New York. In a statement released by CBS on Thursday, Dozier referred to cameraman Paul Douglas, soundman James Brolan, Army Capt. James Funkhouser and an Iraqi officer who were killed in the same blast in which she was injured. "The last I saw Paul and James, they were rushing from their Humvee to 'get the shot'" of Funkhouser talking to Iraqis at a tea stand in Baghdad, aided by the Iraqi officer. I choose to remember them from the instant before the blast -- each one of them consummate pros doing a job they loved to support the families back home they loved even more," she said.