Syrian troops are now in control of Baba Amr, while rebel fighters have apparently fled. ITV's John Irvine reports.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy said wounded French freelance journalist Edith Bouvier had arrived in Lebanon from Syria on Thursday, along with French photographer William Daniels.
Sarkozy said he had spoken to Bouvier by telephone following her evacuation.
Bouvier's family confirmed the news of her arrival in Lebanon to French TV channel France24.
Sarkozy, in Brussels for a European summit, told reporters that Bouvier would be flown home to France in a government plane. The flight could happen as soon as Thursday evening if doctors agreed, he said.
"Edith Bouvier and William Daniels are safely in Lebanon and will very shortly be under the protection of our embassy in Beirut," he said.
Bouvier's femur was shattered during heavy shelling of Homs's rebel-held Baba Amr district, which killed veteran Sunday Times war correspondent Marie Colvin and French photographer Remi Ochlik last week.
Meanwhile, Spanish reporter Javier Espinosa, one of several Western journalists trapped in Baba Amr for a week, crossed to Lebanon on Wednesday, an activist said, following the escape on Tuesday of wounded British photographer Paul Conroy.
Thirteen Syrians were killed while aiding Conroy's escape, the activist group Avaaz said.
Reuters and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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