ON 13H: [issue of January 19, 2022]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
AMTRAK COLLISION/BRI
00:00:00:00 [The Amtrak Siver Meteor de-railed near Smithfield, NC, injuring 431 and killing the asst engineer]--RAW ZI from bridge to wreck site/ a (0:00)/
CONCRETE WALKWAY COLLAPSES AT CONCORD NORTH CAROLINA RACETRACK
BARRY SERAFIN CS VO ON A STEEL GIRDER THAT MAY HAVE BEEN GIVEN WAY CAUSING A CROWDED PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE TO CRACK IN HALF DURING A NASCAR EVENT / MORE THAN 100 PEOPLE WERE HURT IN THE ACCIDENT
ARI-17 Beta SP (PAL)
MISC. NEWSREELS #17
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
NEWSFEED: 10/11-12/04 ROCKET LAUNCHER, HOT AIR BALLOON ACCIDENT, PUG DOGS, GW BUSH, KERRY, CHENEY, BOSTON MARATHON, ASTRO FANS;News segment on an accident with a rocket launcher, military/bomb squad called in, soldier placed rocket launcher on ground; DX EXT injured man on gurney airlifted from helicopter; DX EXT 3 hot air balloons in air, balloon deflating after hitting tower; DX EXT festival with lots of women holding pug dogs, pug dressed as pumpkin, as bee, w/hats, wrecked car in trees on hill; INT Jerry Falwell urges Christians to vote, business owners hurt by Hurricane Ivan talk re-building; DX EXT women prepare to run marathon in Boston; DX EXT var shots of boat on fire, locals react to Ken Camineti's death; DX EXT Christopher Reeve's mother walks dog, locals react to his death, clips of Reeve post-accident, tearful fan; DX EXT workers sift through charred wreckage from building fire; News Segment featuring Bush and Kerry campaign rallies, Dick Cheney campaign rally; DX EXT TUFTS marathon features thousands of runners, start of race, aerials of race; PLEASE SEE STS-81354A FOR DX EXT dig at site where mobsters may have been buried--including man who killed Gotti's son; DX EXT bulldozer smashing debris, Astros fans celebrate playoff victory, fans buying tickets for upcoming game; NX EXT police surround crime scene of murdered teen boy; DX EXT firemen rescue raccoon stuck in tree; DX EXT news segment on a murder in a small North Carolina community, vehicle of suspect found;DX EXt aerial of firemen surrounding debris from collapsed bridge, dozens of then search through debris; INT GW Bush gives speech about fiscal responsibility;DX EXT Bush exits Air Force One and enters limo;
[Surprise strike: SNCF stations turn upside down]
A2 / France 2
NEWS IN BRIEF
ISSUE_NO = 1367A NO_OF_ITEMS = 9 ITEM_NO = 4 DESCRIPTION : HURRICANE "CONNIE" - Over North Carolina they've recently suffered from a Hurricane that swept the town of Wilmington. CARD_FILE = 64282 CARD_TITLE : HURRICANE "CONNIE" SHOT_LIST : GV along storm swept bridge. GV of bent trees and water. Travel shot of the stormy water. Cu of man cutting tree. GV of men cutting tree with cutter. GVof floods. CU of hut floating. INDEX : Countries - United States Of America, Disasters and Accidents - Hurricanes, Floods, Towns and Cities, Weather - Hurricanes, MATERIAL : AKC 132 POS: 02163 FEET_SHOT = 148 DATE_SUBD = 08/15/1955
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
NEWSFEED: 11/25-28/05 BLACK FRIDAY CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS, CHINESE SECURITY DEMONSTRATION, EARTHQUAKE IN PAKISTAN, SADDAM HUSSEIN TRIAL PHILADELPHIA HOLIDAY SHOPPING NX Aerial shopping mall, bustling parking lot. NYC WOODBURY COMMONS NX drive by store windows MACYS THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE ACCIDENT HS M&M float going down, police & paramedics around injured RUSSIA HOSPITAL FIRE NX smoke drifting from window, emergency vehicles leave, WS hospital w/dark section, barricades COLUMBIA VOLCANO NX gas station, peds wearing surgical masks, DX dusty roads, checkpoint, sweeping up ashes, volcano ;CHINA OLYMPICS SECURITY TRAINING (yeah right, maybe the Falun Gong Olympics) police practice karate, police come out of vans ;Police on firing range, German shepherd attacks cyclist & jumps into moving car (yeah, they had that on 'the Daily Show') Police in riot gear practice their moves, terrorist kidnaping simulations, police scale side of bldg, busting in ;HI HOSTEL WHERE MISSING MAN LAST SEEN 'Unmaintained trail- use at your own risk', small hostel, pictures of missing person; ANGELINA JOLIE QUAKE AID touring earthquake damage in Pakistan, tent, men knocking down remains of collapsed bldg ;Tent village, Jolie visiting women. RUSSIA CHINESE TOXIC SPILL frozen sea, snowy peds/traffic, Int research lab NJ GARDEN STATE MALL Pre-dawn Aerial shopping mall, queue waiting for shops to open ;NJ HOLIDAY SHOPPING NX black Friday Aerial people pushing shopping carts full of stuff out of Walmart, line waiting to get in... ; JOLIE QUAKE AID press conf in Pakistan. CHINA WATER CONTAMINATION river & skyline, foam along polluted river, toxic spill ;Men distributing bottled water...people lined up for water with kettles and jugs, WS causeway ;NJ HOLIDAY SHOPPING DX aerial shopping mall, bustling parking lot, people lined up to get into store ;POPE BENEDICT XVI VISITS GEMELLI HOSPITAL Int chapel, Pope holds up picture, DX greets crowd before departing ;UK SOCCER LEGEND GEORGE BEST walking along canal, 1960s soccer match, tabloids, Best in 1960's ;FL CROWD AT WALMART employees getting psyched...early shoppers come charging in & are cheered by employees ;NX line going into store, police cars on hand, Int police distributing merchandise to crowd (laptops) ;NO TITLE must be aid workers setting up shelters in rural Pakistan. NO TITLE Saddam Hussein trial!; There's no translation but Hussein makes the judge laugh.TX CINDY SHEEHAN RETURNS greeted in airport. WI ICE RESCUE Aerial rescue workers in icy pond; WV SHOPLIFTERS Dusk police cars with lights, man in back seat, police with arrested man, shopping bags in truck ;WV SHOPPERS NX line of people going into Target store. OH SHOPPERS NX people lined up, going into Best Buy, Int shopping ; MACYS THANKSGIVING PARADE ACCIDENT home video of float catching on street light, chorus of 'oh!' IL AMERICAN GIRL PROTEST anti-abortion protest. OP PRO HAWAII surfing competition, winner receives plaque NHL FLYERS/BRUINS. NCAA FOOTBALL VA TECH NORTH CAROLINA. NOTRE DAME STANFORD ;MALTA ON UGANDA HUMAN RIGHTS dignitaries arriving, Int procession, photo-op. UT SHOPPERS NX line outside store, going into store IRAQ HUSSEIN TRIAL street scenes, Int coffee shop men watching trial on tv set, men singing & waving guns (they're smiling); School children cheering & waving Iraqi flags & marching around. ITALY TIBER RIVER FLOOD muddy river going under bridge ;VATICAN ABUSE VICTIMS skyline, street scenes. NYC OFFICER SHOT NX Bloomberg going to visit hospital, police activity ; NX police putting up yellow tape. PAKISTAN snowcapped mtns. AR TORNADO Aerial houses destroyed by tornado ;OH POWER STATION EXPLOSION NX Aerial industrial fire, roaring flames coming from power grid
DN-LB-538 Beta SP
Universal Newsreel
TRUCK ACCIDENT
A tractor-trailer rig went through a guard rail on the west-bound lane of Interstate 40 this morning. The police have closed a section of the highway as well as the road below. The truck jacknifed while trying to avoid a three-car pileup. Part of the cab was suspended above the road below. Two people were slightly injured in the mishap.
USA: 50 PEOPLE INJURED IN WALKWAY COLLAPSE
TAPE_NUMBER: EF00/0567 IN_TIME: 07:18:31 - 09:02:00 // 12:12:32 LENGTH: 02:10 SOURCES: ABC RESTRICTIONS: No Access North America/CBC FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: English/Nat XFA At least 50 people have been injured after a concrete walkway in front of a speedway track collapsed as fans left a race in Concord, North Carolina. U-S authorities say a 30-foot stretch of pavement gave way on Saturday night as people left the track after a NASCAR all-star race. There are no reports of any deaths. Twelve of those injured in the walkway collapse were airlifted to a hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina. The rest were taken by ambulance to Concord and Charlotte hospitals. The accident occurred after the NASCAR race ended and 180-thousand spectators headed out of the speedway track. About 30 feet (9 metres) of the 15-foot-high (4.5-metre-high) walkway collapsed. The bridge snapped at the centre and folded in half, laying across the road. Authorities weren't able to say exactly how many people had been injured. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Most of the people who were injured were minor injuries. We do have some serious injuries and there were about 75 people on that span of bridge when it happened." SUPER CAPTION: H.A. "Humpy" Wheeler, Speedway President The speedway president says the bridge was built in 1995 and complied with government specifications. SHOTLIST: Concord, North Carolina, USA - 20 May 2000 1. Wide shot of area and collapsed bridge 2. Zoom in to accident area 3. People at scene 4. People and emergency workers at scene 5. Stadium exterior with walkway scene in foreground 6. Pan to collapsed bridge 7. Fireman looking in debris 8. Collapsed bridge medium shot 9. Emergency workers treating victims 10. Victim carried off on stretcher 11. Stretcher on ground 12. Ambulance driving away 13. Ambulance scene 14. Emergency workers around victim on stretcher 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) H.A. "Humpy" Wheeler, Speedway President 16. Wide shot of ambulances and police car at scene?
Trucks Seen On Pedestrian Bridge
A MAN WHO LIVES NEAR THE SPEEDWAY SAYS HE SAY CONSTRUCTION TRUCKS DRIVING ON THE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE.
19 20 National edition: [issue of December 27, 2017]
FR3 / France 3
S Chantier RN 17: update on the doubling work between Avion and Vimy
Nord
NEWS IN BRIEF - HURRICANE "CONNIE"
ISSUE_NO = 1367A NO_OF_ITEMS = 9 COMMENTATOR = Geoffrey Sumner ITEM_NO = 4 DESCRIPTION : Over North Carolina they've recently suffered from a Hurricane that swept the town of Wilmington. CARD_FILE = 64282 CARD_TITLE : HURRICANE "CONNIE" SHOT_LIST : GV along storm swept bridge. GV of bent trees and water. Travel shot of the stormy water. Cu of man cutting tree. GV of men cutting tree with cutter. GVof floods. CU of hut floating. INDEX : Countries - United States Of America, Disasters and Accidents - Hurricanes, Floods, Towns and Cities, Weather - Hurricanes, COMMENTS : MATERIAL : AKC 132 POS: 02163 LENGTH_SHOT = 41ft DATE_SUBD = 08/15/1955
Interstate Accident (07/24/1998)
IN NORTH CAROLINA A TANKER TRUCK CAUSES A FIREY WRECK ON INTERSTATE 40. THE TRUCK SLAMMED INTO AN OVERPASS.. COLLAPSING THE BRIDGE. THE RESULTING FIRE MELTED PARTS OF THE ROADWAY. THERE IS AT LEAST ONE DEATH.
Speedway Bridge History
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE BRIDGE THAT COLLAPSED.
US Ice 2 - Update on ice storm in Georgia
NAME: US ICE 2 290105N TAPE: EF05/0094 IN_TIME: 10:11:24:21 DURATION: 00:00:36:22 SOURCES: ABC DATELINE: Jonesboro, Georgia, 29 Jan 2005 RESTRICTIONS: No Access Internet SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot of cars driving on icy roads 2. Various shots of cars on highway 3. Medium shot of van driving past snow bank 4. Medium shot of children out in icy conditions 5. Medium shot of of van driving on icy road 6. Various of cars driving on icy roads STORYLINE: Freezing rain and sleet spread sheets of ice across parts of the southeastern United States on Saturday, shutting down sections of every interstate highway in the metro Atlanta area and canceling hundreds of airline flights. Two traffic deaths appeared to be linked to the slippery pavement, said Trooper First Class Larry Schnall of the Georgia State Patrol. Ice was a half-centimeter (quarter-inch) thick on downtown Atlanta streets as a storm system spread snow, freezing rain and sleet from the Midwest into Georgia and the Carolinas. South Carolina police warned of ice forming on bridges and North Carolina's Highway Patrol reported numerous accidents. Throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area, wrecks led police to shut down sections of major highways, said state Department of Transportation spokeswoman Karlene Barron. Most morning flights were canceled at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as crews worked to sand and salt runways and access roads, said airport spokeswoman Felicia Browder. AirTran canceled 73 flights for the day, according to a news release. Delta was working to keep its aircraft outside the storm-affected areas, said spokesman Anthony Black. All of northern Georgia was under a winter storm warning and as much as a half-inch of ice was possible from Athens to Gainesville, the National Weather Service said. The ice also accumulated on power lines and tree limbs, and more than 52,000 homes and business were blacked out around Georgia, according to Georgia Power and the Georgia Electric Membership Corp.
19 20 National Edition: [issue of 16 September 2017]
FR3 / France 3
Procés: death of the 2 Lille supporters mowed down by RER
Nord
US Snow
AP-APTN-1830: US Snow Tuesday, 11 January 2011 STORY:US Snow- REPLAY Deep freeze in south brings Atlanta to a standstill LENGTH: 02:04 FIRST RUN: 1630 RESTRICTIONS: Pt No Access NAmerica/Internet TYPE: English/Pt Mute SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/ABC STORY NUMBER: 671456 DATELINE: Atlanta - 11 Jan 2011 LENGTH: 02:04 AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY ABC - NO ACCESS NAMERICA/INTERNET SHOTLIST: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++DAWN SHOTS++ 1. Various of North Atlanta resident Rebba Tiller de-icing her car at a petrol station 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rebba Tiller, Atlanta resident: "I was out the day that it hit with the deep, deep snow so it's, I mean, it is not that bad but it's dangerous. Your car definitely slides. You got to be careful. You got to go, like, extremely slow." 3. Close of car covered in ice parked on the road 4. Tilt down of icy street 5. Pan of truck driving on frozen street 6. Mid, jogger running down road 7. Tilt down of ice covered street 8. Zoom in on ice encrusted windshield of a parked car 9. Car driving past camera ABC - NO ACCESS NAMERICA/INTERNET ++DAY SHOTS++ 10. Aircraft taxiing on snow and ice covered runway ++MUTE++ STORYLINE: Southern parts of the United States continued to be held in the icy grip of a winter blast early Tuesday, amid warnings it could be days before the treacherous conditions improve. Low temperatures on Tuesday were expected to keep snow and ice on the ground a day after snow blanketed states from Louisiana to the Carolinas - a region where many cities have only a handful of snow ploughs, if any. Freezing rain in some areas added to the misery and schools around the region remained closed for a second day. Atlanta's normally bustling downtown area were nearly deserted for the second day in a row early on Tuesday. One resident, Rebba Tiller, was braving the icy conditions to pick up a friend. "Your car definitely slides. You got to be careful. You got to go, like, extremely slow," she said. More than 100 passengers who were stranded at a bus station in downtown Atlanta were given sandwiches, blankets and bottled water from a nearby jail. The storm shut down most cities and towns, closed many businesses, and cancelled most flights at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. At least nine people were killed in weather-related traffic accidents. In North and South Carolina, thousands were without power, with conditions unlikely to improve soon. Temperatures will probably stay below freezing for days, and more snow is predicted, which means treacherous travel conditions could persist until Wednesday or beyond. The arctic weather began rolling across the South on Sunday, coating bridges and roads with snow, sleet and freezing rain. The governors of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee all declared emergencies. Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: infoaparchive.com (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. APTN APEX 01-11-11 1331EST
Collapse - Witness
A WITNESS TO THE BRIDGE COLLAPSE DESCRIBES WHAT HE SAW.
NNS SOUTHERN SNOW ITEMS
CLIP REEL OF SNOW STORMS IN VIRGINIA / ATLANTA, GEORGIA AND VARIOUS PARTS OF NORTH CAROLINA hit times are on the source - yours, of course, will be different :) note mos's in red boldface and best video in blue boldface (there are a few items for which scripts are not yet available - to the best of my recollection, they did not have any sound in them anyhow) 1. NNS-Winter Weather:Knightdale - Raleigh NC Area 14:22:54 2. NNS-Winter Weather:Lexington & High Point NC 14:24:00 Thursday, January 03, 2002 DATE: 2002.01.03 SLUG: Winter Weather STORY: Lexington & High Point NC DATELINE: Lexington, NC SOURCE: WGHP EMBARGO TO: WFMY, WXLV RESTRICTION: CATEGORY: SouthEast (SE) FORMAT: VO DURATION: 01:30 SQL HANDLE: 3c34868b0007001d * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DATE: Thursday, January 03, 2002 SOURCE: WGHP (FOX) DRIVE/DAY: G/Thursday INFORMATION: School buses and commuters stayed at home today (Thursday 1/3/02). as North Carolina's first winter storm of the season brought snowfall that forecasters said. could end up in the double digits before ending later in the day. The storm system crept into the state yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon near Charlotte and moved northeast toward Richmond, Virginia, through early today (Thursday). A light freezing rain falling in Raleigh to east of Interstate 95 before dawn turned back to snow later this morning (Thursday). The heaviest snow fell along a line from Anson and Richmond counties east of Charlotte to the Raleigh-Durham area and north to the Virginia border. The storm dumped 4 to 7 inches of snow along the trail. Up to a foot of snow was possible in areas of North Carolina's rural northeast corner before the storm wrapped up later Thursday, the weather service said. About 12,000 North Carolina customers were without power, the majority in the area around Whiteville in Columbus County, where about 9,000 customers had no power, CP&L spokesman Garrick Francis said. Duke Power spokesman Tom Williams said the utility had "virtually no storm related outages" in its service area from Chapel Hill west to the mountains. The snow caused traffic accidents and canceled classes for school districts from the foothills of the state's Appalachian Mountains to the coastal plain. In Anson County east of Charlotte, James William Morris of Cheraw, S.C., died after he was hit by a tractor-trailer Wednesday evening on U.S. 52. Morris had stopped to help a motorist stranded due to the storm and was walking on the side of the highway near the town of McFarlan. U.S. 64 east of Raleigh turned treacherous Wednesday night at a steep dip and incline for a bridge across the Neuse River, said Martin Chriscoe, the emergency management director for Wake County. Two tractor-trailers collided around 2 a.m. Thursday, blocking the road for about two hours and snarling traffic until just before dawn, Clendenin said. The highway patrol reported mostly minor collisions in the 12 counties around Raleigh. Traffic was slowed but continuing to pass on Interstate 85 in Warren County, and on Interstate 95 passes in Halifax County, both of which saw about 6 inches of snow, county emergency officials said. While police warned roads across nearly all of North Carolina's midsection were slippery and dangerous this morning, the state's three major airports were open. Airports in Raleigh-Durham, Charlotte and Greensboro were clear for takeoffs and landings, though flights to and from Atlanta were facing delays and cancellations. The weather service said Burlington, Albemarle, Sanford, Durham and Raleigh could see another 1 to 3 inches of snow today (Thursday) for a total accumulation of 6 to 10 inches. SUPERS: Lexington, North Carolina High Point, North Carolina VIDEO: The following video are PRE-DAWN shots: CU of a sign that says "LEXINGTON" covered in snow that pulls wide to show all the snow *small hit in the pullout. Various NIGHT shots of Christmas trees and wreaths outside. Cars driving in the snow. MS of an "Exhibition Center" sign where the digital display changes to show "3:59", then "27 1/8degree symbol 3/8", then "HAPPY HOLIDAYS". Snow plow driving down a street. Low angle shot of a banner hanging from a lamp post that says "Welcome to High Point" with our flag on it. Shot from a moving car of a truck from the back in the snow. The following video was shot during the day: MS of two little girls saying, "It's snowing!" Various shots of little kids playing in the snow, sledding, making snow angels, the mother taking pictures, the kids falling in the snow and laughing. Ends on a MS of a little girl going down a very small hill on a makeshift sled. TRT: 01:30 3. NNS-Winter Weather:Durham, NC Area Overnight, Morning 14:25:55 Thursday, January 03, 2002 DATE: 2002.01.03 SLUG: Winter Weather STORY: Durham, NC Area Overnight, Morning DATELINE: Durham, NC SOURCE: WTVD EMBARGO TO: WRAL, WRAZ RESTRICTION: CATEGORY: SouthEast (SE) FORMAT: SILENT DURATION: 01:40 SQL HANDLE: 3c3478cd0003001d * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DATE: Thursday, January 03, 2002 SOURCE: WTVD, Raleigh-Durham DRIVE/DAY: G-Thursday INFORMATION: School buses and commuters stayed at home Thursday (1/3) as North Carolina's first winter storm of the season brought snowfall that forecasters said could end up in the double digits before ending later in the day. The storm system crept into the state yesterday (Wednesday 1/2) afternoon near Charlotte and moved northeast toward Richmond, Va., through early today (Thursday 1/3). A light freezing rain falling in Raleigh-Durham area to east of Interstate 95 before dawn turned back to snow later this morning. The heaviest snow fell along a line from Anson and Richmond counties east of Charlotte to the Raleigh-Durham area and north to the Virginia border. The storm dumped 4 to 7 inches of snow along the trail, the National Weather Service said. Up to a foot of snow was possible in areas of North Carolina's rural northeast corner before the storm wrapped up later Thursday, the weather service said. About 12,000 North Carolina customers were without power, the majority in the area around Whiteville in Columbus County, where about 9,000 customers had no power, CP&L spokesman Garrick Francis said. Duke Power spokesman Tom Williams said the utility had "virtually no storm related outages" in its service area from Chapel Hill west to the mountains. National Guard troops are ready to respond to pleas for help but were still in reserve early today (Thursday 1/3). State government offices were scheduled to open today (Thursday 1/3), with employees getting in as best they could or taking a day off. SUPERS: Durham, North Carolina VIDEO: WS of intersection, various of cars driving by and other cars waiting to get on the road. Lots of snow on the ground. WS of service station, road runs past it, various of traffic a blanket of snow covering the ground. Night shots - parking lot, cars covered in snow. Light snow is falling. MS of blanket of snow covering the ground. TRT: 1:40 silent 4. NNS-Winter Weather:Charlotte Airport Tower Cam 14:27:55 Thursday, January 03, 2002 DATE: 2002.01.03 SLUG: Winter Weather STORY: Charlotte Airport Tower Cam DATELINE: Charlotte, NC SOURCE: WBTV EMBARGO TO: WSOC, WCCB RESTRICTION: CATEGORY: SouthEast (SE) FORMAT: SILENT DURATION: 00:40 SQL HANDLE: 3c3486410006001d * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DATE: Thursday, January 03, 2002 SOURCE: WBTV (CBS) DRIVE/DAY: G/Thursday INFORMATION: (tower cam silent video of Charlotte-Douglas Intl. Airport) North Carolina's three major airports remained open Thursday morning (1/3), despite widespread problems in the state's highways. A blast of winter weather continues to hit the region, with some spots in the state getting seven inches of snow. Still, airports in Raleigh-Durham, Charlotte and Greensboro were clear for takeoffs and landings.although planes to and from Atlanta were facing delays and cancellations. Forecasters said double-digit snow accumulations were possible by late Thursday along the storm's track from Charlotte to Raleigh. Up to a foot of snow was possible in the northeast corner of the state before the storm wraps up. About 12-thousand customers were without power, the majority in the area around Whiteville in Columbus County. SUPERS: Charlotte, NC VIDEO: One continuous shot of U.S. Airways airplanes taxiing and baggage carts moving on the tarmac - everything is white. TRT: 00:40 5. NNS-Winter Weather - Virginia Snow 14:29:50 6. NNS-Winter Weather - Alabama snow 14:31:04 7. NNS-Winter Weather:North Carolina freeze 14:32:20 Thursday, January 03, 2002 DATE: 2002.01.03 SLUG: Winter Weather STORY: North Carolina freeze DATELINE: Wilson County, NC SOURCE: WRAL EMBARGO TO: WTVD, WRAZ RESTRICTION: CATEGORY: SouthEast (SE) FORMAT: VO DURATION: 00:35 SQL HANDLE: 3c34419c008f001d * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DATE: Thursday, January 03, 2002 SOURCE: WRAL, (CBS) Raleigh, NC DRIVE/DAY: F Thursday INFORMATION: North Carolina is experiencing one of its rare winters when they actually have snow fall. The post holiday precipitation has covered parts of the state with snow and icy making for a beautiful country winter scene. Crews worked through the night laying down salt to thaw out the road for the morning rush. SUPERS: Wilson County, NC VIDEO: Night time exterior. Various shots of automobiles driving on snowy road. Salt spreader laying down salt TRT: 00:47 8. NNS-Winter Weather:Atlanta Area Snow This A-M 1/3/02 14:34:50 Thursday, January 03, 2002 DATE: 2002.01.03 SLUG: Winter Weather STORY: Atlanta Area Snow This A-M 1/3/02 DATELINE: Atlanta, GA SOURCE: WAGA EMBARGO TO: WGCL, WSB. W67CI RESTRICTION: CATEGORY: SouthEast (SE) FORMAT: SILENT DURATION: 00:44 SQL HANDLE: 3c3457cb0000001d * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DATE: Thursday, January 03, 2002 SOURCE: WAGA, Atlanta (FOX) DRIVE/DAY: F/Thursday INFORMATION: A month ago, Georgians were golfing and playing tennis in 70-degree weather. Now, many of them are just trying to negotiate icy roads. Up to four inches of snow fell across much of the state through midnight, and more snow fell this morning (Thursday 1/3/02). Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport, the world's busiest, opened 12 special de-icing pads for planes. Delta Air Lines cancelled 300 flights and expected to cancel 30 to 40 more today. Some arriving planes waited two hours to get to a gate while departing aircraft queued up to be de-iced. Sleet and freezing rain fell south of the snow band. Driving conditions are treacherous, worsened by a hard freeze overnight. Two deaths were blamed on icy roads in Aiken County, South Carolina, near Augusta. Georgia transportation officials deployed long-dormant snow trucks, spreading fine gravel and salt on major roads to prevent accidents. Spokeswoman Karlene Barron said bridges in the central part of the state were especially dangerous. All state offices in counties affected by the snowy weather in Georgia are closed. The state is experiencing the heaviest snowfall in 10 years. State offices were ordered closed this morning because rural roads in many areas were causing travel problems. The counties affected are generally in the middle Georgia area northward to the Atlanta area. Snow is continuing to fall in the state. although by 9 a-m the snow had finally stopped falling in the Atlanta area. The Weather Service says lows tonight (Thursday 1/3/02) will be in the 20s and upper teens so whatever is on the ground will freeze. Tomorrow (Friday), plenty of sunshine is expected to push temperatures well above freezing by midday. Lows tomorrow night are expected to be in the 20s again. SUPERS: Atlanta Hartsfield Airport Atlanta, Georgia VIDEO: Stationary WS of airport tarmac covered with snow and planes parked at gates. WS vehicles driving on highway that has been cleared of snow. TRT: 00:44 SILENT 9. NNS-Winter Weather:Atlanta Still Snowing in A-M 1/3/02 Thursday, January 03, 2002 DATE: 2002.01.03 SLUG: Winter Weather STORY: Atlanta Still Snowing in A-M 1/3/02 DATELINE: Atlanta, GA SOURCE: WGCL EMBARGO TO: WSB, WAGA, W67CI RESTRICTION: CATEGORY: SouthEast (SE) FORMAT: VOSOT DURATION: 02:08 SQL HANDLE: 3c345c360001001d * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * DATE: Thursday, January 03, 2002 SOURCE: WGCL, Atlanta (CBS) DRIVE/DAY: F/Thursday INFORMATION: All state offices in counties affected by the snowy weather in Georgia are closed. The state is experiencing the heaviest snowfall in 10 years. D-O-T spokeswoman Karlene Barron says the offices were ordered closed this morning because rural roads in many areas were causing travel problems. She says the counties affected are generally in the middle Georgia area northward to the Atlanta area. Snow is continuing to fall in the state. although by 9 a-m the snow had finally stopped falling in the Atlanta area. A band that dumped two more inches of snow in Fayette and Coweta counties before daybreak. A meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Peachtree City -- Matt Sena -- says the band is moving toward the east and will cause more snowfall in Clayton, Henry, Spalding, Rockdale and DeKalb, where another two inches are possible before the snow tapers off. The Weather Service says lows tonight (Thursday 1/3/02) will be in the 20s and upper teens so whatever is on the ground will freeze. Tomorrow (Friday), plenty of sunshine is expected to push temperatures well above freezing by midday. Lows tomorrow night are expected to be in the 20s again. SUPERS: Atlanta, Georgia Carlton Taylor/Detroit Traveler Symphony Collins/Boston Traveler Decatur, Georgia Larry Pierce/Decatur, GA Police Dept. Newnan, Georgia Atlanta, Georgia Christian Harris/Memphis Traveler VIDEO: WS daytime three people walking in snow. WS daytime vehicles driving on highway with snow falling. WS nighttime vehicles driving on highway with snow falling. WS nighttime car making left turn on road lightly covered with snow. Taylor sot "It's terrible out there. This is supposed to be our weather, Detroit weather. The freeway was clear until we reached here in Georgia. It's pretty bad out there." Collins sot "I am used to driving in this kind of weather. I am from the North originally. We are going to Boston, but there's no snow in Boston though." WS nighttime police car making left turn with snow falling. WS street barricades with snow falling pan over to barricades on other side of intersection. WS nighttime jeep driving down road lightly covered with snow. WS van driving on road lightly covered with snow. Pierce sot "We closed down three streets. We closed down Payton Circle off West Howard because the hill incline was real icy." WS salt truck making left turn. MS wheels as salt truck is moving in snow. WS cars on highway at night in snow. MS view from inside car as driving down highway. WS cars moving slowly on highway. WS emergency personnel at site of accident on highway. Harris sot "Overpasses are always a concern, whenever there isn't land under a given road it tends to freeze a little quicker so we have been hitting those hard with our salt trucks." WS aerial of Atlanta skyline pan down to highways from helicopter at night with snow blowing in foreground. TRT: 02:08 VOSOT