CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
NEWSFEED: 9/3-4/04, MUSLIM WOMEN PROTEST, HURRICANE FRANCES IN FLORIDA, SURVIVORS OF RUSSIAN TERRORIST MASSACRE, BUSH & KERRY; FRANCE HEADSCARF BAN: DEMOS AGAINST Islamic women protesting against ban on religious dress HEADSCARVES (hijab) in public schools; HURRICANE FRANCES stormy sea waves & fierce wind, evacuees in shelter, house with boarded windows, boat driven into shore ;Hurricane driven flooding in Bahamas- people wading. Is this guy in a blue slicker Dan Rathers dumb ass? Time to go indoors, eh? ;More storm in Florida...fierce winds...people in shelter....water pouring from rain gutter, heavy rain ;Yes! Kid clinging to railing to keep from blowing away- just joking around, stop sign & downed traffic signals, tattered U.S. flag ;HURRICANE FRANCES repeats w/o V/O. Love that name...It's just as we feared, France's coming to get us! ;HURRICANE FRANCES Coco Beach pair of red flags with black squares in fierce wind, boarded up windows, pier, palm trees ;HURRICANE FRANCES West Palm Beach hotel staff trying to cope with storm, hotel, CU hands holding his & her wedding rings in cases ; U.S. flag being shredded by storm, boat moored in choppy water ;HURRICANE FRANCES CAPE CANAVERAL beached sailboat, Kennedy Space Center, 'file footage' previous hurricanes, rainfall on street; RUSSIA SCHOOL AFTERMATH family members looking for news posted about survivors of massacre, photos of kids in hospital; Kids in hospital, mother laying head on dead childs breast, Putin visiting hospital, angry crowd, people visit bombed school gym ;CAMPAIGN 2004 BUSH IN PA massive crowd awaiting campaign bus, Bush appearing at rally, Bush waving from bus, speech ;Bush visiting in ice cream shop, 'Bush daughters' posing, Bush shaking hands, speech at rally ;CAMPAIGN 2004 KERRY IN OHIO Kerry shaking hands, rally, watching H.S. football game, campaign bus, holding baby ;San Bernardino woman standing on empty lot, NX 2003 firestorm burning neighborhood, houses burning down...burning up... ;Old couple looking at blueprints of house, drive by houses - two story houses, small post war houses, construction ugly new houses; Houses damaged by hurricane ;HURRICANE FRANCES JUNO BEACH palm trees, pounding waves, battered street signs, fallen trees, sparks from power line, palms; Family standing in doorway...I bet the only reason people stay home during hurricanes is so they might get to be on tv ;Heavy traffic on hwy in fine weather (evacuation?), people playing Scrabble ha ha, people in shelter, houses in storm; CAMPAIGN 2004 KERRY WITH OHIO FLOODING VICTIMS Kerry meeting couple recovering from flood; WILDFIRES GEYSER FIRE smoke rising over forest & powerlines, faded warning sign, WSs smoke & helicopters ;SOUTHWEST REGION PLANE CRASH/VINTAGE, 2 DEAD classified ad 1943 PT-26 Cessna for sale, aftermath plane crash men look at wreck ;CLINTON FLOWERS AND WELL-WISHERS ARRV (well wishers...wishing wells) 'Get Well' balloons, Millstein Hospital Bldg ;NORTHEAST REGION OFFICER KILLED/SUSPECT CHARGED bad court cam judge taking seat, Michael L.Allen listening to charge; CAMPAIGN 2004 KERRY ATTENDS RALLY SWING Kerry speech at rally; HURRICANE FRANCES NX hurricane- palms tossing in wind, heavy rain; HURRICANE FRANCES PORT ST. LUCIE heavy rain, strong wind, collapsed house, daredevil surfer jumps into waves, crazy mf! ;Pier bombarded by waves, fierce wind, various damage, fallen tree, fallen power line, trees toss in wind, heavy rain, shelter; NX tattered U.S. flag tossing in wind ;WILDFIRES CA PATTISON FIRE CLEANUP 'bambi-bucket' helicopter drops water (no fire), charred wrecks, classic cars; Charred ruins bldg destroyed in fire, firefighters hosing down rubbish, WS grey hazy smoky hills, rubbish; HURRICANE FRANCES MELBOURNE ridiculous pigeon trying to fly in storm, pigeons huddled on roof, fallen traffic light; Another shredded U.S. flag! Good timing! Power line goes BLOOIE in a flash & shower of sparks, blackout- lights flicker & die ; NX sparks outside hotel, DX power line swaying, trees sway in wind, halo of light around transformer ;
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RED LIGHT CAM CATCHES WILD CRASH 2007
A RED LIGHT TRAFFIC CAMERA CATCHES A DRAMATIC CRASH OF A CAR INTO A SEMI TRAILER TRUCK. A SPRINGFIELD, OHIO MAN IS IN SERIOUS CONDITION AFTER HIS CAR SLID ALL THE WAY UNDER THE TRUCK. VICTIM IS JOSH CARMIN, AGED 27. HE RAN THE RED LIGHT AND PAID THE PRICE. RESCUE CREWS HAD TO FREE CARMIN FROM THE PONTIAC SUNFIRE BEFORE HE WAS FLOWN TO MIAMI VALLEY HOSPITAL.
CAR CRASHES INTO BIG RIG
Nighttime traffic cam footage of a car running a red light and crashing into a big rig. Note There are additional minutes of this story available for licensing.
Hurricane Irene - wabc only
NVS0296A Hurricane Irene Compilation August 28, 2011 (Audio from interviews we cannot license has been deleted) WABC 01:01:30 - 01:01:58 Shot list: Aerials: Town flooded; flooded homes and streets New Jersey - Lodi 8/29/2011 RT: 0:40 WABC 01:02:40 - 01:04:51 Shot list: A house caught fire in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey Aerials firefighters swimming to the fire and hosing fire Pompton Lakes, NJ 08/29/2011 RT: 2:00 WABC 01:05:33 - 01:06:57 Shot list: A house caught fire in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey Aerials of house on fire in a flooded street Pompton Lakes, NJ 08/29/2011 RT: 1:50 WSHM 01:07:37 - 01:09:50 Shot list: Trailer home floating in river. WS officials on road. SOT MOS Girl MS car in trees - zoom out to WS flooded area - MS floodwater CU water rushing over tree. MS water rushing past trees. MS water rushing Up to bridge. MS water comign onto bridge. MS debris in water. MS/CU wateron bridge. CU water under bridge. MS water under building. WS officials. MSofficial at house. Greenfield, MA 8/28/2011 RT: 2:11 WABC 01:10:10 - 01:11:02 Shot list: Various shots of flooding: supermarket, street, homes and cars submerged Man walking in waste high flood Mamaroneck, NY 8/28/2011 RT: 0:46 WRGB 01:11:28 - 01:13:35 Shot list: WS, wet road, utility truck by downed electric post Leaning telephone post, sagging wires. fountains of water surging in the middle of flooded road. WS, workers unloading orange cones from truck, rain falling. WS pan, wet road covered with leaves. WS, flooded golf course. WS and MS, fallen trees, downed wires. WS, trees on ground. MS, large tree limb resting on the wires. WS, fallen trees, sagging wires. Ws and CU, tree fallen on house. WS, CU, and MS pan, uprooted tree fallen on house. WSs and MS, wet road, fallen big branches, downedwires. WSs and CU, tree fallen by small house. CU, zoom out to WS, flooded road. MWS, car passing on wet road with big splash. WS and MS, flooded streets. Dash cam: driving on wet streets in falling rain, passing a fire truck. Albany, New York 8/28/2011 RT: 2:28 FNC - FOX 01:14:20 - 01:16:05 Shot list: People wading in flooded streets. ambulance driving through flooded streets. Moving shot: flooded basement. MWS: people walking in the water. Hoboken, NJ 8/28/2011 RT: 2:07 KYW -CBS 01:16:46 - 01:19:35 Aerials/AftermathAerials flooded streets, submerged car in flooded parking lot Flooded streets, WS: People in rafts rafting through streets with paddles. Power lines and street signs visible; flooded buildings near water, WS: white car submerged in water on street. Trenton, NJ 8/28/2011 RT: 3:02 APTN 01:20:00 - 01:22:55 Shot list: Wide of beachZoom in to damaged housePan of Campground, which is flooded SOUNDBITE: Boat washed up against trailer Pull out from flooded garage SOUNDBITE: Zoom in to damage at store Colington, North Carolina Homeowner trying to release water from roof SOUNDBITE: Pan of flooded interior of house Nags Head, North Carolina Wide of flooded street as State Trooper drives by Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina Close-up of waterSmall tractor being used to clean up debris Tracking view of flooded streetsPan of man holding shoes, walking in water Pan past boarded up windowsWorkers pruning downed trees Wide of flooded town UPSOUND: Close-up fish swimming in water on lawn, pull out to boat Manteo, North Carolina 8/28/2011 RT: 2:52 WBZ 01:23:20 - 01:25:30 Shot list: WS stormy dock. Waves crashing - MS police car. MS tree in power line. WS beach debris. MSbeach debris. MS stormy ocean front. WS flooded beach front. CU damaged American flag. SOT MOS: LS boat on land. LS ocean front wall. WS ocean front wall. WS flooded street MS flooded street. WS ocean waves crashing. WS cloudy beach. LS beach house. Sanchored boats. Marion, MA 8/28/2011 RT: 2:16 APTN 01:25:50 - 01:29:03 Shot list: Pull out from boats in marina, rain at dawn Close-up of trees in windSurge washes away lifeguard tower- Tower floating in ocean, pushed by high waves Flooded streets Long Island, New York Wide of city skyline at dawn Travelling view of empty New York city streets in the rain Close-up of rainTravelling view of Times Square Close-up abandoned umbrella on the ground Travelling view of warning signTree in road Pull-out form workers to flooded streets and cars under water Pan worker walking through waterBull statue at Wall Street Pan from trucks to rainClose of man walking through flooded street Emergency vehicle New York City, New York Close of fallen light pole at dawnWide of skyline as dawn breaks Close of flooded streets Wide of waves breaking near pier Wide of beach Atlantic City, New Jersey Wide pull-out dawn over beach C lose-up of boat washed ashore Flooded back yard Tilt down to catamaran turned over on shore Damaged pier Boat washed ashore Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina 8/28/2011 RT: 3:04 WTKR 01:29:20 - 01:30:50 Shot list: WS of beachside home. MWS (pull back to WS) of home, in heavy rains andwinds. MSs of debris and damage. MWS (pull back to MS) of power lines swaying inwind. MWSs of damaged homes. WS of home (water on lens), push in to MS ofdamaged roof. Virginia Beach 8/28/2011 RT: 1:33 NOT SOURCED - WPVI? 01:31:10 - 01:33:09 Shot list: flooded streets residents on steps looking at the flooding rushing water yellow tape, flooded waters in the background Philadelphia, PA 8/28/2011 RT: 1:55 FNC - FOX 01:33:34 - 01:35:08 Shot list: Cam looking down into murky water w/ piece of wood floating. Zoom into SUV stopped at edge of flood. Jetski in water causing big waves. Flooded parking lot. Block of closed stores, street completely flooded. Street sign Flapping in intersection along w/ traffic lights swaying. Various of flooding. Red SUV (foolishly) coming down flooded street. & turning onto another flooded street. Emergency vehicles moving thru floodwater. A sedan driving thru flooded street. Traffic light shaking from heavy wind. Howard Beach, NY8/28/2011 RT: 1:48 WABC 01:35:39 - 01:38:00 Shot List: Emergency Crews Rescue - flooded streets and homes ZOOM into two boaters inside a raft, sailing toward house. WS of neighbors being rescued. MS of firemen and EMS personnel dragging the raft onto dry ground. Houses flooded Elmsford, NY8/28/2011 RT: 02:08 WABC 01:38:07 - 01:40:16 Shot list: VO of downtown Montauk MSs of sea foam and minor flooding on streets, MWS of a damaged roof, MS and MWS of flooded road near beach, MS of people walking through flood waters, panning MWS of flooded intersection, MWS of flooded intersection, low angle MS of rushing water. MWSs (with some video hits) of breaking waves on Montauk beach, Home coming off its stilts, pan back to waves.Montauk, NY 8/28/2011 RT: 2:12 WBZ 01:40:40 - 01:42:03 Shot list: Good shots of heavy rain and trees swaying in the wind Car driving in the rain Worcester, MA8/28/2011 RT: 1:34 WABC 01:42:34 - 01:45:05 Shot list: Emergency Crews Rescue Stranded PeopleMS of residents reaching dry ground being helped by firemen from a rescue raft. SOT - Elmsford, NY 8/28/2011 RT: 02:39 NOT SOURCED 01:45:20 - 01:49:28 Shot list: River flooding River swollen, risen to the top of a chain-link fence Apartment building Flooded streets, water risen to half of a tree trun Conshohocken, PA 8/28/2011 RT: 03:58 NOT SOURCED 01:49:44 - 01:50:41 Shot List: Flooding through the city WS of streets Sign "Borough of Darby" submerged deep in water Water risen alonside house Truck in flooded waters Street lights submerged deep in flood Darby, PA 8/28/2011 RT: 0:52 WFXT 01:51:02 - 01:52:28 Shot list: Flights delay Various shots of travelers inside the airport. Shot of the arrival/ departure board of the airport. Cancelled flights Various shots of the ticket counters inside the airport. MS of a traveler sleeping inside the airport. WS of one of the empty airport terminals.Boston airport 8/29/2011 RT: 1:16 NEWSONE 01:52:50 - 01:56:09 Shot list: Aerials of very dramatic river, creek and lake overflowing and going through town Wappingers Falls, NY 8/29/2011 RT: 3:16 WFTX 01:56:44 - 01:57:59 Shot List: WS of high waves crashing onto the coast, in front of a pier on stilts. High winds are whipping trees in the area. SLOW PAN of high waves crashing along the coast. MS of high waves. Wesport, MA 8/28/2011 RT: 1:12 WABC 01:58:25 - 02:01:13 Shot List: AERIALS: WS rescuers helping people from boat to dry land. WS people climbing from steps into boat. WS boat in water. MS people in boat. Various WSs/MSs flooded neighborhood. MS person on steps near floodwater. Paterson, NJ 8/30/2011 RT: 02:41 WNYW 02:01:38 - 02:03:18 Shotlist: AERIALS WS of the Willowbrook mall surrounded by water. WS of a flooded street. WS of a flooded intersection then pull back. WS of a flooded area then push in of a truck surrounded by water. WS of the mall surrounded by water. WS of a flooded area. Wayne, NJ 8/30/2011 RT: 2:10 WNYW 02:03:42 - 02:05:34 Shotlist: AERIALS: WS of a house surrounded by water. WS's of debris floating in a backyard. WS of a house surrounded by water. WS's of a flooded neighborhood. WS of a house surrounded by water. WS of several flooded houses. Fairfield, NJ 8/30/2011 RT: 1:43 WTKR 02:06:00 - 02:07:10 Shotlist: (11 year old kid is killed when a tree crashes through his home) Exterior of house damaged by tree Yellow ribbon surrounding the house Shots of uprooted tree and hole in house roof Newport, VA 8/27/2011 RT: 1:00
Wings To Britain
TFA-171B Wings To Britain A Pan American and Braniff airlines film about visiting Great Britain Clip #: TFA-171B Length: 28:34 Year: 1957 Color: B/W Sound: Sound Decade: 1950s Region: Europe Country: England Subject: Air Travel Original: 16mm 1950s, Great Britain, England, London, dawn street scenes, lion statue, streetlamp, light turning off, Palace of Westminster and River Thames, policeman, guards, Big Ben, red double decker bus, air traffic controllers, Pan American clipper airplane in flight, flight crew in cockpit operating controls and communicating with air traffic controllers, passengers sleeping, flight attendant putting blanket on sleeping passenger, male passenger looking at watch, surf crashing on rocks, beach and cliffs along coast, countryside, train going through countryside, boys playing in stream, cow lying in field, village, stone buildings, mailman delivering mail, man pouring milk from cart, Welsh fishermen carrying and paddling in coracle boats, pedestrians, traffic and red double decker buses, thatched houses in countryside, man making straw thatched roof, stone on stone, stone tower, church, statues on church facade, castle, manor house, attached houses, farmer sharpening scythe, man chopping wood, men building boat, worker in factory, fishing port, town in valley, town street scenes, pedestrians, London, Piccadilly Circus, street scenes, red double decker buses, bobby policeman, pedestrians, crosswalk, luxury cars, shoeshine man polishing shoes on street, street artist, woman buying flowers from florist, bookstore, people looking at store display, vendors hawking goods, Buckingham Palace, Victoria Memorial, Changing the Guard, Palace of Westminster and River Thames, Trafalgar Square, fountains, pigeons, children feeding pigeons, women eating lunch near fountain, people seated in park and on steps of Nelson's Column, international restaurants, people feeding elephant in zoo, Kensington Gardens, Peter Pan statue, people in park, people paddling canoes, Windsor Castle, swan, woman seated in boat putting hand in water, Stratford-upon-Avon, River Avon, men paddling boat with passengers going down river, Cambridge, River Cam, University of Cambridge, King's College Chapel, men seated in lawn chairs taking naps in sun, cricket match, horse racing, fair with amusement park rides, people roller skating, puppet show, boy riding toy horse, children riding miniature train, train, Southern coast, palm trees, sailboats below, people sitting on beach and wading in water, children building sandcastle, archery target, golf, people firing rifles while hunting, fishing, children and adults model boat sailing, boys operating sailboat, man teaching boys how to tie rope in knot, fishermen in boats, fisherman fixing net, fisherman carrying catch, donkey carrying barrels up hilly cobblestone street, fishermen digging in beach for mussels and cockles, farmer working in field, boys and farmers pitching hay, cattle grazing in field, cattle show, county fair, market, livestock auction, sheep and pigs in pens, fair games, carousel, Lake District, people horseback riding in countryside, car driving past people walking on rural road, couple having picnic on grass near lake, people having afternoon tea, restaurant and hotel signs, Scotland, hills, shepherd herding flock of sheep with help from sheepdogs, spindles, woman operating textile machine, textile machines, Royal Standard of Scotland, Edinburgh cityscape, clan gathering, Highland Games, bagpipe marching band, caber toss, weight throw, wrestling, tug o'war, man playing bagpipes, Highland Dancing, calm and reflective water, man pushing up electrical lever, neon signs lit up at night, London, Piccadilly Circus at night, ballerina performing on stage, opera performance, juggler, female dancers performing cancan dance, pub, bartenders pouring pints of beer, men playing coin game, man playing darts, nightlife establishment neon signs lit up at night, Afro Caribbean and Flamenco dancers dancing in clubs, Piccadilly Circus at dawn, street cleaner sweeping street, guards marching on street, milkman delivering milk, Pan American airplane in flight, airplane passengers drinking beverages and eating meals, flight attendant adjusting tray for passenger, flight attendants serving meals to passengers, man adjusting watch, pilot talking to passengers from cockpit
2000s NEWS
NEWSFEED: 4/19-20/07 THE VIRGINIA TECH SHOOTINGS, SCHOOL BOMB THREAT & DRILL, EXCERPTS FROM GW BUSH TOWN HALL MEETING ;NO TITLE dr t/h on Virginia Tech shooting victims in hospital ;VIRGINIA TECH SHOOTING video message w/bug, PO boxes in post office, flowers left on campus lawn ;WA BANNER PROTESTS WEYERHAUSER Aerial banner on corporate bldg, firefighters and whatnot on the roof ;OR SEA LION FOUND SHOT Aerial boat trying to follow sea lion ;CA POLICE PURSUE SUSPECT Aerial p/u truck exits fwy and runs red lights, crashes into a car and spins out of control, decent ;Aerial man exits car and flees on foot, no sign of the police. AFTERNOON WEATHER GRAPHICS weather maps ;SCHUMER ON GONZALES speaking to reporters. 60 MINUTES RAPPER CAM'RON ;WA EDMONDS CC THREAT DX/Dusk Aerial college campus, bomb squad searching campus. 4/20/2007 APOLLO 16 ON MOON; 4/20/1999 COLUMBINE SHOOTING Aerial bldg, (ground) ambulances arriving, police wearing jeans and windbreakers ;Cordoned-off parking lot, marquee, students fleeing, girl reaches her mother who embraces her ;04/20/1943 WARSAW MASSACRE Nazis harassing prisoners in ghetto. 4/20/1983 KOREAN PLANE SHOT DOWN passengers deplane ;TX STORAGE TANKS FIRE Aerial thick black smoke rising from tanks, roaring flames hidden by smoke ;BUSH WAR ON TERROR REMARKS at 'townhall meeting'. WA ARREST IN SHOOTING PLOT NX school, 'H.F. Hunt Middle School'; High school students in corridor, 'lockdown' drill. BUSH COMMENTS ON VA TECH also at 'townhall meeting' ;BUSH REACTS TO POLL NUMBERS also at 'townhall meeting'. NEW JERSEY FLOODING FOLO rushing water, submerged bridge ;Flooded town, people stranded on roof, dinghy on flooded residential street, Aerial car submerged in river DOROTHY MOXLEY REAX interview. SKAKEL APPEAL HEARING THURS trial scenes. PHILLY STREETS DEDICATED gay pride rainbow on street sign ;Gay couple walks by on sidewalk, lesbian couple, art gallery. MI POLICE DISCOVER 4 DEAD crime scene in rural neighborhood ;Hands tying cordon, house cordoned off, detectives. NO TITLE VA governor on Virginia Tech shooting, outdoor assembly ;Mayor makes speech at podium, spectators with heads bowed for minute of silence, woman sings then speaks
LIGHTS, SIRENS, BANG UP! 2007
A woman is recovering in the hospital today after failing to yield to an oncoming emergency vehicle and the heart pumping moment is caught on camera. You can clearly see the AMBULANCE with flashing emergency lights going through the intersection when it slams into the woman’s car. It happened Monday and the woman was taken to the hospital with only minor injuries. She was given a ticket for not giving the emergency vehicle the right of way.
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Hurricane Irene (only wabc)
NVS0296A Hurricane Irene Compilation August 28, 2011 (Audio from interviews we cannot license has been deleted) WABC 01:01:30 - 01:01:58 Shot list: Aerials: Town flooded; flooded homes and streets New Jersey - Lodi 8/29/2011 RT: 0:40 WABC 01:02:40 - 01:04:51 Shot list: A house caught fire in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey Aerials firefighters swimming to the fire and hosing fire Pompton Lakes, NJ 08/29/2011 RT: 2:00 WABC 01:05:33 - 01:06:57 Shot list: A house caught fire in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey Aerials of house on fire in a flooded street Pompton Lakes, NJ 08/29/2011 RT: 1:50 WSHM 01:07:37 - 01:09:50 Shot list: Trailer home floating in river. WS officials on road. SOT MOS Girl MS car in trees - zoom out to WS flooded area - MS floodwater CU water rushing over tree. MS water rushing past trees. MS water rushing Up to bridge. MS water comign onto bridge. MS debris in water. MS/CU wateron bridge. CU water under bridge. MS water under building. WS officials. MSofficial at house. Greenfield, MA 8/28/2011 RT: 2:11 WABC 01:10:10 - 01:11:02 Shot list: Various shots of flooding: supermarket, street, homes and cars submerged Man walking in waste high flood Mamaroneck, NY 8/28/2011 RT: 0:46 WRGB 01:11:28 - 01:13:35 Shot list: WS, wet road, utility truck by downed electric post Leaning telephone post, sagging wires. fountains of water surging in the middle of flooded road. WS, workers unloading orange cones from truck, rain falling. WS pan, wet road covered with leaves. WS, flooded golf course. WS and MS, fallen trees, downed wires. WS, trees on ground. MS, large tree limb resting on the wires. WS, fallen trees, sagging wires. Ws and CU, tree fallen on house. WS, CU, and MS pan, uprooted tree fallen on house. WSs and MS, wet road, fallen big branches, downedwires. WSs and CU, tree fallen by small house. CU, zoom out to WS, flooded road. MWS, car passing on wet road with big splash. WS and MS, flooded streets. Dash cam: driving on wet streets in falling rain, passing a fire truck. Albany, New York 8/28/2011 RT: 2:28 FNC - FOX 01:14:20 - 01:16:05 Shot list: People wading in flooded streets. ambulance driving through flooded streets. Moving shot: flooded basement. MWS: people walking in the water. Hoboken, NJ 8/28/2011 RT: 2:07 KYW -CBS 01:16:46 - 01:19:35 Aerials/AftermathAerials flooded streets, submerged car in flooded parking lot Flooded streets, WS: People in rafts rafting through streets with paddles. Power lines and street signs visible; flooded buildings near water, WS: white car submerged in water on street. Trenton, NJ 8/28/2011 RT: 3:02 APTN 01:20:00 - 01:22:55 Shot list: Wide of beachZoom in to damaged housePan of Campground, which is flooded SOUNDBITE: Boat washed up against trailer Pull out from flooded garage SOUNDBITE: Zoom in to damage at store Colington, North Carolina Homeowner trying to release water from roof SOUNDBITE: Pan of flooded interior of house Nags Head, North Carolina Wide of flooded street as State Trooper drives by Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina Close-up of waterSmall tractor being used to clean up debris Tracking view of flooded streetsPan of man holding shoes, walking in water Pan past boarded up windowsWorkers pruning downed trees Wide of flooded town UPSOUND: Close-up fish swimming in water on lawn, pull out to boat Manteo, North Carolina 8/28/2011 RT: 2:52 WBZ 01:23:20 - 01:25:30 Shot list: WS stormy dock. Waves crashing - MS police car. MS tree in power line. WS beach debris. MSbeach debris. MS stormy ocean front. WS flooded beach front. CU damaged American flag. SOT MOS: LS boat on land. LS ocean front wall. WS ocean front wall. WS flooded street MS flooded street. WS ocean waves crashing. WS cloudy beach. LS beach house. Sanchored boats. Marion, MA 8/28/2011 RT: 2:16 APTN 01:25:50 - 01:29:03 Shot list: Pull out from boats in marina, rain at dawn Close-up of trees in windSurge washes away lifeguard tower- Tower floating in ocean, pushed by high waves Flooded streets Long Island, New York Wide of city skyline at dawn Travelling view of empty New York city streets in the rain Close-up of rainTravelling view of Times Square Close-up abandoned umbrella on the ground Travelling view of warning signTree in road Pull-out form workers to flooded streets and cars under water Pan worker walking through waterBull statue at Wall Street Pan from trucks to rainClose of man walking through flooded street Emergency vehicle New York City, New York Close of fallen light pole at dawnWide of skyline as dawn breaks Close of flooded streets Wide of waves breaking near pier Wide of beach Atlantic City, New Jersey Wide pull-out dawn over beach C lose-up of boat washed ashore Flooded back yard Tilt down to catamaran turned over on shore Damaged pier Boat washed ashore Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina 8/28/2011 RT: 3:04 WTKR 01:29:20 - 01:30:50 Shot list: WS of beachside home. MWS (pull back to WS) of home, in heavy rains andwinds. MSs of debris and damage. MWS (pull back to MS) of power lines swaying inwind. MWSs of damaged homes. WS of home (water on lens), push in to MS ofdamaged roof. Virginia Beach 8/28/2011 RT: 1:33 NOT SOURCED - WPVI? 01:31:10 - 01:33:09 Shot list: flooded streets residents on steps looking at the flooding rushing water yellow tape, flooded waters in the background Philadelphia, PA 8/28/2011 RT: 1:55 FNC - FOX 01:33:34 - 01:35:08 Shot list: Cam looking down into murky water w/ piece of wood floating. Zoom into SUV stopped at edge of flood. Jetski in water causing big waves. Flooded parking lot. Block of closed stores, street completely flooded. Street sign Flapping in intersection along w/ traffic lights swaying. Various of flooding. Red SUV (foolishly) coming down flooded street. & turning onto another flooded street. Emergency vehicles moving thru floodwater. A sedan driving thru flooded street. Traffic light shaking from heavy wind. Howard Beach, NY8/28/2011 RT: 1:48 WABC 01:35:39 - 01:38:00 Shot List: Emergency Crews Rescue - flooded streets and homes ZOOM into two boaters inside a raft, sailing toward house. WS of neighbors being rescued. MS of firemen and EMS personnel dragging the raft onto dry ground. Houses flooded Elmsford, NY8/28/2011 RT: 02:08 WABC 01:38:07 - 01:40:16 Shot list: VO of downtown Montauk MSs of sea foam and minor flooding on streets, MWS of a damaged roof, MS and MWS of flooded road near beach, MS of people walking through flood waters, panning MWS of flooded intersection, MWS of flooded intersection, low angle MS of rushing water. MWSs (with some video hits) of breaking waves on Montauk beach, Home coming off its stilts, pan back to waves.Montauk, NY 8/28/2011 RT: 2:12 WBZ 01:40:40 - 01:42:03 Shot list: Good shots of heavy rain and trees swaying in the wind Car driving in the rain Worcester, MA8/28/2011 RT: 1:34 WABC 01:42:34 - 01:45:05 Shot list: Emergency Crews Rescue Stranded PeopleMS of residents reaching dry ground being helped by firemen from a rescue raft. SOT - Elmsford, NY 8/28/2011 RT: 02:39 NOT SOURCED 01:45:20 - 01:49:28 Shot list: River flooding River swollen, risen to the top of a chain-link fence Apartment building Flooded streets, water risen to half of a tree trun Conshohocken, PA 8/28/2011 RT: 03:58 NOT SOURCED 01:49:44 - 01:50:41 Shot List: Flooding through the city WS of streets Sign "Borough of Darby" submerged deep in water Water risen alonside house Truck in flooded waters Street lights submerged deep in flood Darby, PA 8/28/2011 RT: 0:52 WFXT 01:51:02 - 01:52:28 Shot list: Flights delay Various shots of travelers inside the airport. Shot of the arrival/ departure board of the airport. Cancelled flights Various shots of the ticket counters inside the airport. MS of a traveler sleeping inside the airport. WS of one of the empty airport terminals.Boston airport 8/29/2011 RT: 1:16 NEWSONE 01:52:50 - 01:56:09 Shot list: Aerials of very dramatic river, creek and lake overflowing and going through town Wappingers Falls, NY 8/29/2011 RT: 3:16 WFTX 01:56:44 - 01:57:59 Shot List: WS of high waves crashing onto the coast, in front of a pier on stilts. High winds are whipping trees in the area. SLOW PAN of high waves crashing along the coast. MS of high waves. Wesport, MA 8/28/2011 RT: 1:12 WABC 01:58:25 - 02:01:13 Shot List: AERIALS: WS rescuers helping people from boat to dry land. WS people climbing from steps into boat. WS boat in water. MS people in boat. Various WSs/MSs flooded neighborhood. MS person on steps near floodwater. Paterson, NJ 8/30/2011 RT: 02:41 WNYW 02:01:38 - 02:03:18 Shotlist: AERIALS WS of the Willowbrook mall surrounded by water. WS of a flooded street. WS of a flooded intersection then pull back. WS of a flooded area then push in of a truck surrounded by water. WS of the mall surrounded by water. WS of a flooded area. Wayne, NJ 8/30/2011 RT: 2:10 WNYW 02:03:42 - 02:05:34 Shotlist: AERIALS: WS of a house surrounded by water. WS's of debris floating in a backyard. WS of a house surrounded by water. WS's of a flooded neighborhood. WS of a house surrounded by water. WS of several flooded houses. Fairfield, NJ 8/30/2011 RT: 1:43 WTKR 02:06:00 - 02:07:10 Shotlist: (11 year old kid is killed when a tree crashes through his home) Exterior of house damaged by tree Yellow ribbon surrounding the house Shots of uprooted tree and hole in house roof Newport, VA 8/27/2011 RT: 1:00
TORNADO TOUCHES DOWN IN MAPLETON / ABC FEED P1
FTG FOR COVERAGE OF A LARGE TORNADO THAT DESTROYED HOMES AND BUILDINGS IN MAPLETON, IOWA 15:11:52 Terry Russ passenger in rtuck It was bad I listened to my scanner...that came I was in my bedroom watching TV. pretty bad. 15:12:32 what'd yuou see...black, real black. But i had to look to the south of us 15:12:49 Windows were broke, breaking in and stuff like that 15:12:56 We have a crawl space. I didn't want to get into the crawl space I was afraid the house would fall in on us. We hid in the house, but we had b lankets over our heads so we didn't get blasted 15:13:28 Scary. Hearing stuff crash... 15:13:42 This is my pickup...survived? yeah. Glass gone, windshield got cracked (truck is a mess by the way0 15:14:15 w're going down to my grandmas until we find other arrangements, other house (wider 2 shot of guy and driver 15:14:36 sheriff and police vehicles going thru town 15:14:50 pan of houses...see one house demolished 15:15:02 tree limbs, debris pan 15:15:13 tree uprotted leaning against house 15:15:23 family in front of damaged house 15:15:31 backhoe moving debris in background 15:15:39 good nat sound 15:15:45 guy removing debris 15:16:02 more debris next to house porch 15:16:11 street littered with siding, debris.. 15:16:21 GOOD SHOT OF HOUSE with no ROOF...just furniture and clothing piled all over foundation 15:16:38 tighter shot of man going thru remains of his home 15:16:45 15:16:56 man bending over his belonging 15:17:13 [pan of total debris of man's house 15:17:23 men with power tool cutting tree (GOOD NAT SOUND) 15:17:46 guy with baseball hat on backward 15:17:59 We went to my grandma, they were trapped in the house. the furniture fell ontop of themselves 15:18:13 all this is trash. everyboyd's house is gone. 15:18:26 you could see trees (motions with his hand_ CHECK TO SEE IF HE CURSES...) 15:18:34 it's true what they say, too. It sounds just like a train.Everyone's trying to help everyone else out. 15:18:57 Hopefully everybody's alright. We can rebuild houses, we can't rebuild lives. LENLEY STHIELD 15:19:32 vw bug with broken window pulls up 15:19:42 national guard guys with sheriff and sheriff truck 15:20:07 Jeff, County Sheriff Last night about 720 a tornado hit...damaging 12-15 blocks. we're estimating 60% of the town of mapleton has been destroyed.. 15:20:53 we currently do not have any fatalities and the only injuries we have is 1 broken leg . We did not have any injuries but we do have a lot of debris in town. we are asking peo if they come to help for them to help family member. we have enuf people that we dont need extra volunteers. We do not need food items. We cant keep things cold, we cant keep things hot. 15:21:51 we are giong to start turning power back on. All of the gas is shut off and expe3cted to be off for 2-3 weeks. Power will be turned back on in areas not affected by tornado. 15:22:30 15:22:37 We arrived about 5 minuts after the tornado. Debris was still falling. ....we had everybody out. We had been following the tornadoes for about 21 miles...followed them all the way over to mapleton. ...e3verybody had 10 minute warning. we had spotters int he area 15:23:29 it seemed it hung here a long time, but we estimate a half to a quarter mile wide when it went thru town 15:23:47 we have national guard. 15:23:55 that's what's so nice about being in iowa...everybody pitches in and helps 15:24:08 we have the counties, municipalities, we have a ton of peo in town right now. 15:24:26 how lucky???we're very lucky! Somebody was looking out for this community last night.** 15:24:43 we rescued peo out of the tornado 15:24:52 how long for the search? we started searching about 8 or 9 oclock, finished about 3 oclock in the morning 15:25:09 once we got the gas main shut, once we got all the power lilnes off the ground 15:25:21 no estimate on guard troops 15:25:33 Natl weather service says its an F3, it may go higher 15:25:47 we talked about 135 mph 15:25:53 congressman ...iwas surprised and shocked. I could not have described how bad it was in mapletown. It cant be overstated how bad this damage ie. This community will never be the same. 15:26:23 the gov is trying to get here..with a rep from DHS 15:26:50 it's amazing to me that there's no loss of life in this city. even tho mapletown is shell shocked they're not walking around mourning for their family **** 15:27:19 have these guys all been thru this before? some of them. They know how to do this. 15:27:34 I appreciate the peo stepping in. The leadership here..they know how to get this done 15:28:24 talks about Early 15:28:27 it would be premature to make a suggestion. You cant overstate how bad this is or what damage it did. *** 15:28:46 It is a shock. When I hear a tornado touches down. I'm really happy to be here and so we can put this back together 15:29:23 wide shot..sheriff talking..The southwest corner is the worst hit 15:29:33 sheriff. I believe we should have had fatalities and we didn't,. I believe in the good lord and he saved this town*** 15:30:05 we're feeding about 500 peo thru the red cross and salvatn army. Its amazing how many volunteers have been helping out 15:30:23 about 100 house. they cant go into and live again 15:31:00 mom with yankees jacket and son? 15:31:11 I was getting shooting pix and caught the tornado forming outside the house (single shot of son) 15:31:30 At first it was kind of a light bluish color and then it came back and got darker and cdarker, and it kept getting closer and closer and I got it all 15:32:06 I was excited. I've been waiting for it forever (son) 15:32:18 I'm pretty sure I was in the center of it, because I could see the debris swirling around 15:32:40 part of our windb,ocker blew off. I saw a roof get picked up and thrown against our grocery store *** 15:33:04 i could have got hurt, but I didn't 15:33:15 I was holding on to the pole 15:33:30 mom--I tried to get him in and he wouldn't come. I went to the basement and put a blanket over my head. He got the footage he wanted. he's an idiot 15:34:03 it sounds like a loud whistle, only louder 15:34:21 i was scared to death./I thought he was dead. I was crying. I thought he was dead 15:34:39 NAMES-JOHNNY MOODY (SON) LOUANN MOODY (MOM) 15:35:07 My house is fine. I've got one big branch down. We were very lucky. Very lucky 15:35:30 Johnny shows his flip cam...debris behind them... 15:35:45 tight shot flipcam 15:36:30 flip cam video...tornado approaches you hear whistle, 15:36:55 sky gets darker... 15:37:24 pov of johnny...tornado coming...hear siren (EXPLETIVE) 15:37:52 tornado approaches...MOM AND HIM CURSING 15:38:13 siren >>>tornado approaching...blacker, blacker 15:38:45 Johnny"It doesn't sound like a train like they say 15:39:08 johnny making comments 15:39:26 flip video of tornado coming toward him...VERY BLACK 15:40:07 lightning...tornado coming closer 15:40:24 hear wind ******* tornado getting blacker....and closer** 15:41:08 more POV AS TORNADO-- 15:41:34 TORNADO COMING TOWARD HIM--DEBRIS GOING PAST HIM (BLAIR WITCH PROJECT 15:42:05 WIND BLOWING *** 15:42:57 GOOD AUDIO of WIND *** 15:45:06 Tornado 15:45:13 lightning A tornado that tore through the small Iowa town of Mapleton on Saturday night caused damage in the EF3 range. The Enhance Fujita Scale holds that an EF3 tornado has estimated winds of 136 mph to 165 mph. According to the National Weather Service, the worst damage that was found in Mapleton fell within this range but noted that it was probably in the lower end of the EF3 range.
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COP’S CAR CRASH 2009
Video of a Highway 71 crash that injured two police officers was released on Tuesday. On Sunday, the officers were in a police cruiser headed west on Gregory Boulevard when another car heading south on Highway 71 crashed into them. The officers were responding to an emergency call at the time. Police dashboard video showed that the cruiser's lights and sirens were sounding before they were hit. At the intersection of Highway 71, the cruiser goes through one red light and is approaching the second one when the collision happens. "You could hear it -- you could see stuff flying from the car," witness Aretha Raglon told KMBC's Marcus Moore. "We've been involved -- we're both injured," the officers told dispatch. "Be advised we're trapped in our car. Both of us." Dash Cam Video From Highway 71 Crash Released "When an officer gets on his radio and says he can't get out of his car, it kind of shocks everybody," police Capt. Donna Greenwell said. The officers were trapped in the car for several minutes. Firefighters peeled the roof off of the cruiser to free them. Both were treated at a hospital. The female driver of the car that hit the officers was taken into custody. Police said they suspect alcohol played a role in the crash. The woman was driving with a suspended license. "This young lady, unfortunately, will probably be facing charges for driving under the influence. She shouldn't have been driving anyway with a suspended license," Officer Darin Snapp said. "I can't understand why these cars don't stop when they hear these police officers coming," Raglon said. Snapp said officers go through extensive driver training for responding to calls. "When you're driving Code One, you're always two hands on the wheel and ready for anything," Snapp said. "You never get used to it, because you never know who's behind the wheel of other vehicles." Both injured officers are expected to recover.
FLYING CYCLIST NO CIRCUS 2012
On April 30, Edwards was on his bike at the intersection of Chambers Road and Iliff Avenue when a driver ran a red light and struck him. Video released by Aurora Police shows Edwards flying through the air before landing hard on his helmet. "It's just amazing. [It] didn't look like me. It looked like a stunt dummy or something," Greg Edwards said. "The impact of the helmet [sent my] teeth right through my gum." He also suffered a fractured femur and ankle, chipped teeth, as well as a gash on his lip that required six stitches to close. "In the thigh area, I got a pin," Edwards said. "Down in the ankle area, they're gonna have to do some plastic surgery." He will go back into surgery Tuesday to add a plate into his ankle. Edwards says he's still iffy about getting on the bike again. But, he does have an opinion about the red-light cameras that caught his crash. He says the red-light camera were useful at his old home in Virginia Beach. "People used to run red lights all the time, but [by] putting that camera there...it stopped," he said. "Cameras work. I think that's a good thing." Aurora Police currently have red-light cameras at 10 intersections across the city. "We're not naive, we don't think we can change everybody's behavior and prevent everybody from running red lights. But, anyone who sees that has to think twice about the consequences," Chief Daniel Oates with Aurora Police said. "People shouldn't run through red lights. That behavior should be addressed, should be sanctioned." The 21-year-old driver who hit Edwards received a citation. She declined to speak to 9NEWS or say why she ran the light. Aurora Police also want to point out that Edwards survived the crash because he was wearing all the proper motorcycle protective gear - including a helmet.
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP SALUTE TO AMERICA: SWITCHED 1815 - END
1600 THREE CAM SWITCHED POOL FS1 81 1800 THREE CAM SWITCHED POOL FS1 81 NBC POOL Thursday, July 4, 2019 President Trump's Salute to America Remarks AR: 16x9 NYRS: WASH-3 18:38:39 Hello America. Hello. The first lady and I wish each and every one of you a happy Independence Day on this truly historic Fourth of July. Today we come together as one nation with this very special salute to America. We celebrate our history, our people and the heroes who proudly defend our flag: the brave men and women of the United States military. We are pleased to have with us Vice President Mike Pence and his wonderful wife Karen. We're also joined by many hardworking members of Congress, acting secretary of defense Mark Esper and many other members of my Cabinet and also the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joe Dunford. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. 18:39:49 Lieutenant General Daniel Hokanson of the National Guard and distinguished leaders representing each branch of the United States Armed Forces: the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines and, very soon, the Space Force. As we gather this evening in the joy of freedom, we remember that all share a truly extraordinary heritage. Together, we are part of one of the greatest stories ever told: the story of America. It is the epic tale of a great nation whose people have risked everything for what they know is right and what they know is true. 18:40:35 It is the chronicle of brave citizens who never give up on the dream of a better and brighter future. And it is the saga of 13 separate colonies that united to form the most just and virtuous republic ever conceived. On this day, two hundred and forty three years ago, our founding fathers pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to declare independence and defend God given rights. Thomas Jefferson wrote the words that forever changed the course of humanity: We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness. 18:41:44 With a single sheet of parchment and 56 signatures America began the greatest political journey in human history. But on that day the patriots, who would determine the ultimate success of the struggle, were a hundred miles away in New York. There the Continental Army prepared to make its stand. Commanded by the beloved General George Washington. As the delegates debated the declaration in Philadelphia, Washington's army watched from Manhattan as a massive British invading fleet loomed dangerously across New York Harbor. The British had come to crush the revolution in its infancy. Washington's message to his troops laid bare the stakes. He wrote, "the fate of unborn millions will now depend under God on the courage and conduct of this army. We have therefore to resolve to conquer or die." 18:43:04 Days later, General Washington ordered the declaration read aloud to the troops, the assembled soldiers just joined an excited crowd running down Broadway. They toppled a statue of King George and melted it into bullets for battle. The faraway king would soon learn a timeless lesson about the people of this majestic land. Americans love our freedom and no one will ever take it away from us. That same American spirit that emboldened our founders has kept us strong throughout our history. To this day that spirit runs through the veins of every American patriot. It lives on and each and every one of you here today. It is this spirit, daring and defiance, excellence and adventure, courage and confidence, loyalty and love that built this country into the most exceptional nation in the history of the world and our nation is stronger today than it ever was before. It is its strongest now. 18:44:50 That same righteous American spirit forged our glorious constitution. That rugged American character led the legendary explorers Lewis and Clark on their perilous expedition across an untamed continent. It drove others to journey west and stake out their claim on the wild frontier. Devotion to our founding ideals led American patriots to abolish the evil of slavery, secure civil rights and expand the blessings of liberty to all Americans. This is the noble purpose that inspired Abraham Lincoln to rededicate our nation to a new birth of freedom and to resolve that we will always have a government of, by, and for the people. 18:45:53 Our quest for greatness unleashed a culture of discovery that led Thomas Edison to imagine his light bulb, Alexander Graham Bell to create the telephone, The Wright brothers to look to the sky and see the next great frontier. We're Americans. Nothing is impossible. Exactly 50 years ago this month the world watched in awe as Apollo 11 astronauts launched into space with a wake of fire and nerves of steel and planted our great American flag on the face of the moon. Half a century later, we are thrilled to have here tonight the famed NASA flight director who led mission control during that historic endeavor. The renowned Gene Kranz. 18:47:13 Gene. I want you to know that we are going to be back on the moon very soon and someday soon we will plant the American flag on Mars. It's happening, Gene. It's happened. Our nation's creativity and genius lit up the lights of Broadway and the soundstages of Hollywood. It filled the concert halls and airwaves around the world with the sound of jazz, opera, country, rock and roll, and rhythm and blues. It gave birth to the musical, the motion picture, the Western, the World Series, the Super Bowl, the skyscraper, the suspension bridge, the assembly line, and the mighty American automobile. 18:48:05 It led our citizens to push the bounds of medicine and science to save the lives of millions. Here with us this evening is Dr. Emanuel Friar Reich. When Emanuel began his work. Ninety nine percent of children with leukemia died. Thanks largely to Dr. Fryer Reich's breakthrough treatments, currently 90 percent of those with the most common childhood leukemia survive. Doctor you are a great American hero. Thank you. 18:48:57 Americans always take care of each other. That love and unity held together the first pilgrims, it forged communities on the Great Plains, It inspired Clara Barton to found the Red Cross, and it keeps our nation thriving today. Here tonight from the Florida Panhandle is Tina Belcher. Her selfless generosity over three decades has made her known to all as Mrs. Angel. Every time a hurricane strikes, Mrs. Angel turns her tiny kitchen into a disaster relief center. On a single day after Hurricane Michael, she gave four hundred and seventy six people a warm meal. Mrs. Angel, your boundless heart inspires us all. Thank you. Thank you very much. 18:50:10 From our earliest days, Americans of faith have uplifted our nation. This evening we're joined by Sister Deirdre Byrne. Sister Byrne is a retired Army surgeon who served for nearly 30 years. On September 11 2001, the sister raced to Ground Zero through smoke and debris. She administered first aid and comfort to all. Today, Sister Byrne runs a medical clinic serving the poor in our nation's capital. Sister, thank you for your lifetime of service. Thank you. Our nation has always honored the heroes who serve our communities. The firefighters, first responders, police sheriffs, ICE, Border Patrol, and all of the brave men and women of law enforcement. 18:51:18 On this July 4, we pay special tribute to the military, service members, who laid down their lives for our nation. We are deeply moved to be in the presence this evening of Gold Star families whose loved ones made the supreme sacrifice. Thank you. Thank you very much. Throughout our history our country has been made ever greater by citizens who risked it all for equality and for justice. One hundred years ago this summer, the women's suffrage movement led Congress to pass the constitutional amendment giving women the right to vote. 18:52:31 In 1960, a thirst for justice led African-American students to sit down at the Woolworth lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina. It was one of the very first civil rights sit ins snd it started a movement all across our nation. Clarence Henderson was 18 years old when he took his place in history. Almost six decades later, he is here tonight in a seat of honor. Clarence. Thank you for making this country a much better place for all Americans. In 1963, Reverend Martin Luther King Jr stood here on these very steps and called on our nation to live out the true meaning of its creed and let freedom ring for every citizen all across our land. 18:53:42 America's fearless resolve has inspired heroes who defined our national character from George Washington, John Adams, and Betsy Ross to - Douglass - you know Frederick Douglass - the great Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Amelia Earhart, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight Eisenhower, Jackie Robinson, and, of course, John Glenn. It is willed our warriors up mountains and across minefields, it has liberated continents, split the atom, and brought tyrants and empires to their knees. Here with us this evening is Earl Morse. After retiring from the Air Force, Earl worked at a V.A. hospital in Ohio. Earl found that many World War Two veterans could not afford to visit their memorial on the National Mall. So Earl began the very first honor flights that have now brought over two hundred thousand World War Two heroes to visit America's monument. Thank you. We salute you. Thank you. 18:55:07 Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Our warriors from a hollowed roll call of American Patriots running all the way back to the first souls who fought and won American independence. Today just as it did, two hundred and forty three years ago the future of American freedom rests on the shoulders of men and women willing to defend it. We are proudly joined tonight by heroes from each branch of the US armed forces, including three recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor. Thank you. They and thousands before us served with immense distinction. And they loved every minute of that service. To young Americans across our country, now is your chance to join our military and make a truly great statement in life. And you should do it. 18:56:24 We will now begin our celebration of the United States Armed Forces, honoring each branch's unique culture, rich history, service, song, and distinct legacy. I invite Acting Secretary, please Mark Esper, Secretary of Defense. And Chairman Dunford, head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Please join me. 18:57:04 In August of 1790, by request of George Washington and Alexander Hamilton, Congress established a fleet of 10 swift vessels to defend our shores. These revenue cutters would fight pirates, stop smugglers, and safeguard our borders. They are the ancestors of our faithful Coast Guard. When our ships were seized and sailors kidnapped by foreign powers in 1812, it was a revenue cutter, the swift schooner Thomas Jefferson that swept in to capture the first British vessel of the war. In 1897, when two hundred and sixty five whalers were trapped in ice and the ice fields of Alaska were closing up, courageous officers trekked fifteen hundred miles through the frozen frontier to rescue those starving men from certain death. 18:58:06 In 1942, the Coast Guard manned landing craft were invasions in the Pacific. When the enemy attacked US Marines from the shores of Guadalcanal, Coast Guard singleman first class Douglas Munro used his own boat to shield his comrades from pounding gunfire. Munro gave his life. Hundreds of Marines were saved as he lay dying on the deck. His final question embodies devotion that sails with every coast guardsmen. Did they get off. 18:58:46 On D-Day, the Coast Guard's famous matchbox fleet served valiantly through every hour of the greatest amphibious invasion in the history of our country. One coxswain said the water boiled with bullets like a mud puddle in hailstone, but still the Coast Guard braved death to put our boys on Utah and Omaha beaches. Every coast guardsmen is trusted to put service before all. Coasties plunge from helicopters and barrel through pouring rain and crashing waves to save American lives. They secure our borders from drug runners and terrorists in rough seas at high speeds. Their sharpshooters take out smugglers engines with a single shot. They never miss when the red racing stripes of a Coast Guard vessel break the horizon. When their chopper blades pierced the sky, those in distress know that the help is on their way and our enemies know their time has come. Guardians of our waters stand. Semper Paradis. 19:00:10 They are always ready. They are the United States Coast Guard. Representing the Coast Guard today, you will soon see an HH-60 Jayhawk helicopter based at Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater along with an HH-65 Dolphin from Air Station Atlantic City and an AC 140 Ocean Sentry from Air Station Miami. 19:02:10 Thank you. Thank you to the Coast Guard. On a cold December morning in 1903, a miracle occurred over the dunes of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. When two bicycle makers from Ohio defied gravity with a 12 horsepower engine, wings made of cotton, and just a few dollars in their pockets. Just six years later, America was training its first pilots to take these magnificent machines up and over the field of battle in World War One. Our flyboys rushed the skies of Europe, and aces like Eddie Rickenbacker filled hearts and headlines with tales of daring duels in the clouds. General Billy Mitchell saw the promise of this technology and risk court martial in his quest for an independent air force. He was proven right. When empires across the oceans tried to carve up the world for themselves and America stood in the way. We wouldn't let it happen. 19:03:23 After Pearl Harbor, Lieutenant Colonel James Doolittle and his raiders flew B-25 bombers off a carrier deck in the deep Pacific in a daring feat of American resolve. And as President Roosevelt said, the Nazis built a fortress around Europe but they forgot to put a roof on it. So we crushed them all from the air. 177 liberator bombers flew dangerously low through broad daylight without fighter protection to cripple the Nazi war machine at inaudible more than 300 airmen gave their lives to destroy the enemy oil refineries and five pilots were awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for their actions in that single raid. 19:04:21 It was airman Chuck Yeager, who first broke the sound barrier. It was airmen, like Gus Grissom and Buzz Aldrin who traded their sabre jets for rockets to the stars. And it is our incredible airmen today who wield the most powerful weapon systems on the planet Earth. For over sixty five years, no enemy air force has managed to kill a single American soldier because the skies belong to the United States of America. No enemy has attacked our people without being met by a roar of thunder and the awesome might of those who bid farewell to earth. And soar into the wild blue yonder. They are the United States Air Force. Representing the Air Force you will soon see beautiful brand new F-22 Raptors from Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. And one magnificent B-2 stealth bomber from Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri. 19:07:20 What a great country. In October of 1775, the continental Congress ordered the construction of two swift sailing vessels each carrying 10 cannons and 80 men to sail eastward. Our young fleet tested their sea legs against the most powerful navy the world has ever seen. John Paul Jones, America's first great naval hero, said I wish to have no connection with any ship that does not sail fast for I intend to go in harm's way. He got his wish many times when his ship was shot into pieces off the coast of England by a British vessel and her four dozen guns. When demanded to surrender, Jones very famously declared I have not yet begun to fight. When our Navy begins fighting they finish the job. 19:08:30 The War of 1812, Captain James Lance fell with his brothers on the USS Chesapeake. His dying command gained immortality. Don't give up the ship. In the Battle of Mobile Bay, Admiral David Farragut lashed himself to the rigging of his flagship to see beyond the cannon smoke, crying "damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead." In World War 2, it was aviators launched from the carrier Enterprise, Hornet, Yorktown who filled the skies of Midway and turned the tide of the Pacific War. Nobody could beat us. Nobody could come close. On D-Day, CB engineers came ashore to destroy blockades and barriers making way for the invasion. Many lost their lives, but they took the German defenses with them and our men crushed upon the beaches like a mighty storm. 19:09:41 From the Naval demolition units of World War 2, a rose a force that became famous in the Mekong Delta. They don't want to see our force again. The very best of the very best: the Navy SEALs. It was SEALs who delivered vengeance on the terrorists who planned the September 11th attack on our homeland. It was the SEALs who stand ready to bring righteous retribution in mountain jungles desert to those who do us harm. America's sailors are not born. They are forged by the sea. Their traditions are rich with the salt and blood of three centuries when Old Glory crest the waves of foreign shores. Every friend and every foe knows that Justice sails those waters. It sails with the United States Navy. Representing our great Navy today will be two F-18 Super Hornets from Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia, along with two F35 Lightnings from Naval Air Station Lemoore in California. 19:11:56 So great. In November of 1775, the continental congress created two battalions of a new kind of warrior one who kept and would protect our ships and sailors and be at home both the shore and in the mast with musket in hand. Their versatility was proven in the War of Independence when two hundred and thirty four continental Marines conducted their first amphibious raid. capturing the British supply of gunpowder and cannons at Fort Nassau. Ever since Marines have fought in every American war. Their legend has grown and grown and grown with each passing year. It was the Marines who won America's first overseas battle vanquishing Barbary pirates on the shores of Tripoli. Their high stiff collar, which shielded them from the pirate sword earned them the immortal name Leatherneck. 19:13:05 It was the Marines who after two long days of battle marched through the halls of Montezuma. It was the Marines who took heavy casualties to kick the Kaiser's troops out of Bellwood in World War One, earning the title "Devil Dogs". And it was the Marines who raised the flag on the Black Sands of Iwo Jima. From the Chosin reservoir to Khe Sanh from Helmand to Baghdad, Marines have struck fear into the hearts of our enemies and put solace into the hearts of our friends. Marines always lead the way. After the 1983 Marine barracks bombing in Beirut, which claimed the lives of two hundred and forty one great U.S. servicemen, Marine Sergeant Jeffery Nashton lay in bandages, so badly wounded barely alive. When the commandant of the Marine Corps came to visit his hospital, Sergeant Nashton had to feel for the general's collar. He wanted to feel his four stars. He could not see and he could not speak. He signaled for pen and paper and with shaking hand he wrote two words Semper Fi. 19:14:50 That motto. Semper fidelis Always faithful burns in the soul of every Marine. A sacred promise. The Corps has kept since the birth of our country. They are the elite masters of air and land and sea on battlefields all across the globe. They are the United States Marines. Representing the Marine Corps today will be a brand new VH92, soon to serve as Marine One. Along with two V22 Ospreys from the famed HMX-1 helicopter squadron at Quantico, the Nighthawks. 19:17:04 In June of 1775, the Continental Congress created a unified army out of the revolutionary forces encamped around Boston and New York and named after the great George Washington, commander in chief. The Continental Army suffered a bitter winter of Valley Forge, found glory across the waters of the Delaware, and seized victory from Cornwallis of Yorktown. Our army manned the air, it ran the ramparts, it took over the airports it did everything it had to do. And at Fort McHenry, under the rockets red glare, it had nothing but victory. And when dawn came their star spangled banner waved defiant. 19:18:00 At Shiloh, Antietam, and Gettysburg our soldiers gave the last full measure of devotion for the true unity of our nation and the freedom of all Americans. In the trenches of World War One, an Army sergeant named Alvin York faced an inferno of enemy fire and refused to retreat. He said I won't leave. I won't stop. He shot his rifle 18 times killing 18 of the enemy. When they fixed bayonets and charged, he killed seven more. The entire German machine gun battalion surrendered because of one man Alvin York. 19:18:46 A generation later, the army returned to Europe and embarked upon a great crusade with knives and rifles in hand. The Rangers scaled the cliffs of Normandy, the 101st Airborne leapt into the danger from above illuminated only by enemy flares explosions and burning aircraft. They threw back the Nazi empire with lightning of their own from the turrets of Sherman tanks and the barrels of the M1 rifle. In the darkness of the Battle of the Bulge with Nazis on every side, one soldier is reported to have said they've got us surrounded again. The poor bastards. 19:19:41 Outnumbered American warriors fought through the bunkers of Pork Chop Hill and held the line of civilization in Korea. In the elephant grass of Vietnam, the 1st Cavalry made a stand amid a forest consumed in flames with enemies at every single turn. The army brought America's righteous fury down to al-Qaida in Afghanistan and cleared the bloodthirsty killers from their caves. They liberated Fallujah and Mosul and helped liberate and obliterate the ISIS caliphate just recently in Syria. One hundred percent gone. Through centuries our soldiers have always pointed toward home proclaiming this we'll defend. They live by the creed of Douglas MacArthur in war. There is no substitute for victory. They are the greatest soldiers on Earth. 19:21:48 Nearly 250 years ago. A volunteer army of farmers and shopkeepers, blacksmith, merchants, and militiamen risked life and limb to secure American liberty and self-government. This evening we have witnessed the noble might of the warriors who continue that legacy. They guard our birthright with vigilance and fierce devotion to the flag and to our great country. Now we must go forward as a nation with that same unity of purpose. As long as we stay true to our cause, as long as we remember our great history, as long as we never ever stop fighting for a better future, then there will be nothing that America can not do. 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and produced by Jack Date, Geneva Sands and Durrell Dawson in New Hampshire from September 12th through 14th 2016. 02:18:50 - 02:43:53 Night - Flashing Lights - Arrest (blurr face) 02:49:04-03:20:07 Police and DEA entering house 03:30:04-03:50:45 Finding guns, drugs, prescription drugs Manchester DD Cam1 - Ride along material with DEA in New Hampshire, several drug busts NL160909 FENTANYL "DD CAM" /"SD_001" Clip 00002 [huddle with DEA and local team before hitting road -- this is a Trint log that hasn't been cleaned up] [00:00:00] Photos why should we tell. You. So. Agent In Greenish Shirt: [00:00:18] So we're going to let Sozy do a lot of the talking because it's mostly his case. He's done a good job since you've got on here. Agent In Greenish Shirt: [00:00:41] We want to thank you guys for coming over. What we're looking for is one of. The three parts to it. You know several plays involved one unknown we suspect we know who it is. We only have a first name and. We haven't quite got him yet. Sozy will fill you in on everything. So what we did is we assign certain tasks to all the task force guys and the DEA guys, we weren't sure how you wanted to operate so you can you know fill in where you think you want to be. Noah (DEA): [00:01:16] Wherever you need us. If you want to split us up. As long as each of you is with one of us we'll just roll with it. Agent In Greenish Shirt: [00:01:16] It's going to be a pretty fluid situation. We've got a couple of hopeful things are going to happen. And a couple of solid things that are going to happen so we'll see how it shakes out. Who knows if we can roll a couple guys, we're going to try to roll right in and just continue to march into something else. Hope you guys are up for it. All right so let Sozy fill you in on the case and then we'll go over the who's doing what. Man Is Plaid Shirt (Sozy): [00:01:53] Thanks for coming guys. We appreciate your help. We got a CI to see how that came to us for a while. That goes a. Couple of people posting some harrowing facts and all. This. Astronomer right here David this area. David is the contact you might see. On TV in the beginning because you can't drive was driven by this guy. Who. Flies home Mobli it at Walgreens Walgreens. Will get the warrants done for you all this area before they are able to serve them. Yeah call me back. Sounds like Casio. This kid wrote it down and he wrote. That. He didn't have a connection. So they were up by it pulls up another guy here in town. So he got his stuff in the back. His name is Richard Roth. He said if you get into this guy and. We have to buy into them right now the purpose for 30 years. [00:03:02] We're going to do another one today. So. What we want to do. This guy's got a new connection he's been driving to my CI's house every single day. Honking the horn. Telling em about how much of a piece of crap these other people are. And that they ripped him off. You know and all that stuff you need to buy from me. So we want to order up from this guy in the skit Tyler. That's the second picture. [00:03:24] That should be either a white van should be a print out. There's a white Chevy van. It was like a big Astro van. It's turned stuff. What's that? Sorry. Silver. It's silver. Or a white Lincoln. So what I want to do is I want to order off of these guys that want to set him up at Walgreens again as a dealer. They've already done. I want the transaction to go and let them go their separate ways and then we're out. Rob and his kid. That's the first warrent that we have set up. [00:04:01] Those are the only possible known danger is, is Rob's kid who was a suspect when we arrested him. And tried him for shooting somebody. he got not guilty. His guns are still in our evidence room. As far as we know so he hasn't obtained any other guns. That would be five five years ago. [00:04:26] He's been present on at least one other deal he was in the van when it went down. [00:04:31] And the shooting was done with a shotgun. Full size. [00:04:36] Of all the guns and this. [00:04:41] So my first one is I want I want to get these guys do the hand to hand and I want them to have our money in his pocket and grab him and his kid. Like I said we already have the warrants done for him so if he gives anybody a hard time you can yank him from the car and then his kid for sure has it come to life. Or you could just be in it being present he's been present for all the other deals. One of the deals went hand to hand, went right through him. He was the driver. So. We want to grab them to get them out of the way. My CI is then going to order up from two different people we're going to try. One of them is a guarantee. That's the one Again we want to do one more before we get the house on a search for. The second one. See I found out that he has a new connection which actually did delivery right out threat last deal. This guy used to live in town. His name is George Bales comes up in class he's just Harold connection. So all right you have a water. All. I want to do the heroin first and hopefully grab it and shoot with it. It's not. And if we can't get this guy to come up this way which he has got to come up this way and we're going to roll right into the hills. I see I will pick it up because again we can't drive. We're going to take him up 125 to the address 5:49 here. [00:05:56] We're going to we were up already you it just basically just for the money if you in and come back out. As long as you're allowed to go in there it is one of those people that's the ticket. I have to search for them. Like right now they're just waiting for them to call. So it is. So as soon as the CIA and the target leave I'd like to get them out of here just because my CIA is my jam. This used to do this voluntarily get him down the street a little bit and they can stop him and say my CIA is in custody. Arrest them. And obviously we have warrants for them for his hearing for four previous CEOs plus what he does say they should both have. Heels on those that you know we would end up without money. And. Whatever advice he always stops at the ETM on the way I travel to the money. He goes out and gets his wife so you should have pills on himself plus plus we other the ones that should be pretty soon everybody's safe secure. We want to hit the house. I got to see which ones to go through. This guy's ancient doesn't mean he's not dangerous. 1938 he was born in New Jersey. Well it's also part of the reason. He's got to steal trash from back in the day in New York. We've had him for a long time that he's been so out of pills. He has a lot of property in town. No one has ever been able to get into him. [00:07:23] At one point in time we arrested somebody that he was friends with and he showed up and bribed try to bribe one of our cops. He grabbed his pocket so. The property is kind of big. It's like 20 20 is but a lot of you guys in the back. [00:07:38] You're seeing five or six pictures. This is the old man by the way. Will you guys see. This. [00:07:54] So. This should be up like in our picture of 125 you see here by way. [00:08:03] Of. [00:08:09] Property. In the back over here though because you didn't picture you see those two properties he owns a trailer right here on the front. This is a separate driveway it's actually 5:45. And then there's another driveway right after that. That's 5:49. When you drive north at 125 get Guess you a big fancy white cab in the driveway is just after that on the right side it can miss it. It's set way back. I got some zoomed in pictures and stuff you guys can do. This. Is. The one true way it's real Can't you see there's a camera in the driveway the zoomed in once right here. [00:08:44] So we're going to try that one could stretch. [00:08:53] So did he ever live in this is where they're going to get the Kelsey coming back out. This week we have been able to do this a couple of people staying in this camp and in fact don't know who they are. This is like an old shed or an old farm. As far as we know there was only. [00:09:11] One other person living with him who known to us. He's very very diminished capacity. [00:09:19] Or possibly wheelchair bound. But we did the last by the other day. We have a couple of new ones that went in and out while we were doing our last bite. [00:09:28] There was like three or four people that he's talking to was on Kallio saying while this place is crazy busy this people all the people walking around as people out in the field. So it looks like they came in one of them they came in actually it looks like a cat. Yes it's over blacked out from the lake and everything. [00:09:46] If you read up on some of these other things of course he's known to us to. [00:09:58] Not. [00:09:59] So after everything is all said and done everything secure in the house would be the last part. And so I kind of ran by what I wanted to do I don't know we want to use the teams. [00:10:10] If anybody is interested in doing something. Scott wants to talk to you guys and try get some assignments or something. I think that Cascio is the one that if he runs he's going to end up ask for jobs that we don't have teachers. So if he wants to do something quick quick and he's going to go get us into his dealer do whatever. That's what we're going to use in my piece of business you guys might be able to cover this up. I don't know whether or not he wants to talk his kid to where he wants. So like you said that's the Boston tea here that. [00:10:47] They are chasing. After. That. Yes. He. Does. Too. All right. [00:11:03] So the cars the cars that were. Used. In. Gallagher and time will be in our black. Chevy. We're going to be back in a marked units for the good of the road kills. So so that when you guys have to get up. I can't drive in any car that when I see stuff the black the lack of power is. Still out of sight. Just back up to you. So go down the list. You're going to get hurt. Then will be in. The minivan. And. You're going to be set up just observing in the Walgreens like don't see you being with that. What do you do. The front. Wall and we. Pull in every corner. So then this is the blue 06 maybe even the Romney guys. [00:12:06] And I'm going to get in before we need all the operations. Great if you could help out with any evidence collection. If I get something I'll give it to you. Well you can keep track of everything. And I'll give you my evidence back with everything in it. We had the house seems wrong. We're going to go over it for you. Once we secure the house everybody will identify with the yellow markers. I will go to photograph and document and secure. Chip in Tennessee. [00:12:58] That's going to be and that is going to be to see the whole time. [00:13:06] Our white van will be Sieber guys let me know. [00:13:11] You know the park might even. Be 10 12. [00:13:22] What will you guys want some of those guys just to let you know the portables you get about them within a mile or so. [00:13:33] I think everybody should be fairly close to the problem. So as you can see he's probably going to be talking to the guy gal that will be. Letting us know on the radio. [00:13:48] And I talked to a couple of these guys that we have. [00:13:53] It's been a while. All these guys have been breaking down lately. Just because. One of them at least is an addict. So if this guy breaks down. I'll take you guys to mass graves. Great interview with him once again. I mean if these guys can get down that wonderful thusly if they want to do some you know talk it out. [00:14:24] So the last is the CIA's which is the black 0 6 Chevy pickup truck. It's crap. You know course we have your cause to march units. [00:14:44] Hopefully it's nothing like Lindsay and his marked unit. [00:14:51] And also we roll into the whole celebrity. [00:14:59] There's no need for us to roll in hard. You know. We got crash tools we got everything we need if we need it in the vehicles. Frank I'm going to give you the keys to my other you see a cop in the back seat with crash tools on it and stick him again. [00:15:27] It's in red. Well last night. You guys know how to use the calleo and all that. You dial into? [00:15:42] Instructor can we steal your um, can I steal your thing again? [00:15:45] Yep, I have. [00:15:48] So he's got a Bluetooth. [00:15:51] Great address on it. It seems like the dogs. Are jealous because he was also that would only be if we had to go go go go go go go. [00:16:09] So that's why we're going to have that discussion. That's it. Clip 00006 [in car w/ Noah and Rusty] Rusty: [00:00:31] So you let them drive away with it buy money and to the buy and then you do a traffic stop and then arrest them. Noah (DEA): [00:00:37] That's the first part. Rusty: [00:00:38] Why do you wait. Rusty: [00:00:40] You wait because. You want to. Try to keep the CS clean. You don't want to burn them up too bad. Yes. Rusty: [00:00:46] I got you. Rusty: [00:00:46] So if you come away separately then uh it's some distance between the CS . Rusty: [00:00:51] Sure. And sometimes you'll arrest the CS on the scene right just make it look real. Noah (DEA): [00:00:56] We will. I think we're going to do that today at a different point. He's going to get locked up. Rusty: [00:01:00] But not really. Noah (DEA): [00:01:02] No, he'll just be in cuffs back of our car. Rusty: [00:01:04] Just for show. Noah (DEA): [00:01:05] For show. Uncuff him and that's the end of it. Rusty: [00:01:09] Just was playing the game right. Noah (DEA): [00:01:10] When the target wants to make phone calls he doesn't know exactly who did him, who did the police was and so it's good to create that confusion for him. Durrell (offcam): [00:01:23] If it's not too distracting before we drive off. What's about to happen right now. Noah (DEA): [00:01:29] We're going to go to a. Walgreens pharmacy down the street there and we're going to all set up, going to cover all the entrances entrances and exits to the pharmacy. And then uh. We're going to place phone calls to the targets and. Try to get him to come to the pharmacy and do a deal with you on the parking lot. There's going to be some waiting involved but we do that for our safety. We always set the scene first and then we pull them bad guy to us. We never let the bad guy dictate where it's going to happen at. Then once everyone set up make the phone call, we'll wait for the bad guy to show up and then we'll do the deal exchange drugs for money and then do stop with the bad guy and arrest him. That's the plan. [46.8] Durrell (offcam): [00:02:18] And this isn't just the DEA working, the DEA working local. Noah (DEA): [00:02:22] Yeah. This is a joint operation with Rockingham County sheriff and DEA. A lot of our operations are like that. Rusty: [00:02:29] Yeah we don't work unilaterally very often on some stuff we do but Domestically. We just don't have the resources to be everywhere doing this stuff. Rusty: [00:02:43] And [00:02:43] a lot of the local police work and work for DEA in what are called Task Forces. So they're basically they're on loan. They're deputized as DEA special agents but they were they were actually employed by the local PD or sheriff's office at their local municipality. But we you know they're deputized to come to the DEA office every day and they work as a DEA group. We pay their over time and so they are they're deputized as DEA special agents. With. Obviously they're their local cops but their emphasis is narcotics. Did [47.0] I miss anything on that? Noah (DEA): [00:03:32] No it's pretty [00:03:32] good. DEA has a great relationship with the local police. Sometimes you hear federal govt doesn't get along. That's not the case with the DEA at all. We are all partners, we're all out here doing the same fight. We all have budget constraints that to boost manpower. We always work together. They call us and we call them. It's a good relationship. Rusty: [00:03:53] So that room we were just telling you probably had what 15 16 guys in there were four or five DEA Special Agents the rest were state and local guys to give you an example of the way. [32.4] it's nice down here. Gosh. Durrell (offcam): [00:04:34] Really when it comes to my heroin and fentanyl the fight that you guys have the same fight it's got bigger. Rusty: [00:04:46] Huge. Yeah I mean. Noah (DEA): [00:04:48] It has and [00:04:49] up here it's it's really bad in New Hampshire. And the state of New Hampshire it's it's very sparsely populated and we're on we're on track for around 500 OD deaths due to heroin and fentanyl this year. 500 doesn't seem like a big number. But if you take that same per capita ratio and put it out to New York City it would be about 150,000 people. And if 150,000 people New York City OD'd. It would, I mean think about what would happen. The city would shut down, hospitals would shut, I mean it would be a complete public health crisis. So that's what we have up here in New Hampshire. Rusty: [00:05:31] And now we're dealing with obviously fentanyl which is why you guys are here and fentanyl related compounds like car fentanyl that are even cut more powerful than fentanyl which is many times 100 times more powerful than heroin. [56.8] Durrell (offcam): [00:05:48] Has the carfentanyl made it up here or is it like I see the headlines in Ohio. Rusty: [00:05:53] I'm sure if they've gotten carfentanyl. Noah (DEA): [00:05:55] I haven't seen it yet. Rusty: [00:05:59] You know [00:06:00] a lot what's what's sad is a lot of these addicts they don't know what they're taking. They think they're taking heroin. There are even times when the dealer probably gives them what they think is heroin they have no idea it's heroin in a lot of cases. It's the same thing with the designer synthetics. You know you go to a rave and somebody hands you a pill says it's Molly. Well there's about 15 different definitions of Molly on the street. Truck [27.1] just random monster red light. Can kill somebody. Rusty: [00:06:32] You know it's the same you know it's just a game of Russian roulette. You have no idea what you're putting in your body you don't know where it came from you don't know the quality control the purity levels. I laugh when I see these newspapers and Internet reports and news headlines that talk about good batches of drugs are bad batches [00:06:52] no such thing as a good batch versus a bad batch. You know drugs kill period. So this idea that. It's OK if you. Abuse it this way. But you don't want that batch over there because it might kill you. I mean that's just that's just bs. And that's why we that's why we have so many funerals and heartbreaking phone calls to family members doorstep conversations local police have to go give notice to a family that somebody died. Noah (DEA): [00:07:24] And these guys mixing it. They're not chemists. They're doing it in the basements, in the bedrooms, they're using blenders bought from Wal-Mart. So they're they're making an entire batch of who knows what. they think it's fentanyl. They think it's heroin, but it gets cut. But whatever they're doing they're mixing it, they can make let's say one kilo of that mixture. And you know the first 100 grams of that kilo is fine. And the second 100 grams that kilos you give to someone else (radio crackling) and that that was the strong part of it that was the fentanyl part and that person OD's and dies. So there there's no quality control. they have no idea what they're mixing and the people putting in their bodies have no idea what they're putting in their bodies. [71.2] Rusty: [00:08:05] And the fentanyl is coming from China. A lot of times which is just. I mean they're just pumping out designer drugs like crazy. And the Chinese are really trying to get their hands around it. The Chinese government. They've acknowledged it but it's a real real uphill battle. And you've got the Mexican cartels that are sending operatives you know they're sending distributors to different regions. They wholesale it to these local street gangs these local distribution networks and they let the locals just fight over turf. You know all these murders you you hear about in Chicago lately it's mostly drug related. This is these are turf wars between rival drug gangs. you know but at the end of the day they're all getting there they're all getting their heroin from the same regional cartel source who hangs around collar counties outside big cities and distributes to the street gangs they don't want to. You know the Mexicans don't have any need to get into street level distribution when they've got so many different gangs that they can sell to and just that business relationship is really really crystallized for us between the cartel regional cartels and them that did have command and control in Mexico and the street gangs. I don't know if you saw that in New York, Jack talks about it all the time and in the business relationship. Rusty: [00:09:30] But again [00:09:31] it's all driven by addiction and it's really really sad. But somebody's got to go after the facilitators. And that's what we do. We go up to the people that are out facilitating and preying on the weak and the addicted. [15.6] And in large amounts we're just rambling for you. I'm assuming this is what you want. Durrell (offcam): [00:09:56] Yea, all good. Rusty: [00:09:59] Jack and Pierre are going to look and go what the hell is rusty talking about. Noah (DEA): [00:10:02] He just keeps talking. Rusty: [00:10:04] Well we have these conversations pretty often with people that call you know it's a constant game of educating. lot of phone calls. Lot a lot of people still learning about these issues and still trying to wrap their arms around the fact that it's actually in their community. Durrell (offcam): [00:10:23] I mean I think the fact that there's there are different combinations of compounds that are kind of entering into different communities it seems like it's hard to kind of keep track. Rusty: [00:10:35] It's it's it's difficult it's a challenge. And again you've got you've got people that are willing to put poison in their bodies in record amounts. Rusty: [00:10:47] So is that a Walgreens across the street? Rusty: [00:10:47] I don't see Walgreens. Rusty: [00:10:47] We passed it. That's it over it. Don't you see that red sign over there. Radio: [00:10:57] (inaubible). Radio: [00:11:05] (inaudible) Radio: [00:11:16] (inaudible) Radio: [00:11:20] (inaudible) Radio: [00:11:53] Buy and then follow the bad guy once he leaves and then you guys can film the actual stop. It's up to you. Noah (DEA): [00:12:02] Yeah I think we're going to go a little bit closer than where you were. You know where the deal was supposed to happen is it going to be in the parking lot. Radio: [00:12:09] Yeah parking lot of that Walgreens. Noah (DEA): [00:12:15] Yeah I'm going to try to sit a little bit closer without being inside the lot. Rusty: [00:12:33] How's the tint on these windows? Rusty: [00:13:05] Good we can to take a nap. We wait a lot more than we do anything else don't we. Noah (DEA): [00:14:23] So that's where the deal is going to go in the Walgreens. Just going to see if we can get set up where we can have a better view of. ...maybe over there. Clip 00007 [in car outside Walgreens] Noah (DEA): [00:00:34] So we just drove arounds to make sure. I just want to check the driveway's for the Walgreens. That's the only one right there. So it's going to come in and he's going to leave from the same driveway so we;ve got pretty good pretty good eye on that driveway. When he comes in he does. Noah (DEA): [00:00:56] Yo Mike and Tye. (radio Audio): [00:00:56] Yeah. Noah (DEA): [00:01:03] Just checking in. What did you guys put down? (radio Audio): [00:01:06] Yeah we were right across form (inaudible). I have got to go. Noah (DEA): [00:01:19] Yeah 10-4. Yo DJ?. (radio Audio): [00:02:02] Hello. Noah (DEA): [00:02:03] Daryn what's up man. Hey man you got a DEA radio? (radio Audio): [00:02:10] I'm with Geno. Noah (DEA): [00:02:11] Oh you're with Gene. All right. So you and you got Ray with you. (radio Audio): [00:02:20] Yep. Noah (DEA): [00:02:20] Car 4. So it's you guys in a car Mike and Tie in a car. Are there any other cars out for us or is that it? (radio Audio): [00:02:29] No if you want I can go back and get Mike if you want. Noah (DEA): [00:02:31] No no no. I'm just I'm just trying to make sure we're all we're all accounted for. That's all you're here. All right 10-4 man. Alright brother. Clip 00008 Radio: [00:00:01] That like it. Durrell (offcam): [00:00:20] While we wait for the announcement I'll just ask you the obvious. And What are we doing right now. Noah (DEA): [00:00:26] We're. Waiting for the C-s to talk. Make contact with the target and have the conference. Yes is a confidential source who works for us. Durrell (offcam): [00:00:40] You know why don't you start over. What were we doing. Noah (DEA): [00:00:43] We're waiting for the confidential source. This is the individual who works who works for us on our behalf and takes direction at us on our behalf. He knows. You know various drug dealers throughout the area and this is one individual that he's bought from a couple of times for in the past. At our discretion using our money and those buys occurred at this Walgreens right here. So now we're waiting for him to do another buy with his target again, with our money but this time this buy is not a buy walk which means we buy and then everyone goes home. This is the buy bust which we buy the drugs and then everyone gets arrested and we'll arrest the CS just to make So it looks like he's getting arrested but he's really not. Radio: [00:01:34] Alright a call came back, but he's still tied up doing something but he's almost ready. Sozy's going to check out CI, get him ready to go. Probably past statements, we probably have another 25 minutes or so. Noah (DEA): [00:01:56] So he just updating the groups. There's there's many of us out here right now and we're all covering the Walgreens parking lot where it's going to happen at. You do that for safety. And I don't know if you could pick it up basically He just said the CS is called The Target and Target said you need some more time. He's still at work or is finishing something up. As soon as he's done he's going to he's going to call the CS back and then we'll go from there. So we're just waiting and you know it should happen within within an hour I would say. Durrell (offcam): [00:02:30] Do you know what drug they're supposed to be selling and buying. Noah (DEA): [00:02:37] I believe these are oxy. Oxy pills which. The target has been supplying to the CS. Clip 00022 [in car with Noah and Rusty, waiting for CI to pickup suspect] Noah (DEA): [00:00:00] Who'd you tell it to? (radio background) Oh that's alright. It's fine. Just leave it alone. OK buddy. Good job. You think you got a shot? Noah (DEA): [00:00:38] Yeah the Rockingham guys are coming a little broken. Do you know what they're saying? Radio: [00:00:53] Yeah, they got confirmation on the second thing that's going to happen. So we're going to take -- going to pick up bad guy in the off, drive him to 549 Calif Hwy... let him get away and stop him a little farther. Charlie's going to be in a black Chevy pickup. Noah (DEA): [00:01:32] Yeah, 10-4. Rusty: [00:01:33] This is a residence? Yeah.. 549 Calif Hwy C-A-L-E-F. Durrell Offcam: [00:01:47] What's the town? Rusty: [00:01:47] Epping. You see. Noah (DEA): [00:01:54] 545?. Rusty: [00:01:59] 549. This is the third part three right. Noah (DEA): [00:02:33] 10-4. I'm heading to Calif now. It's only. Two minutes away. It's pretty close. So you said that the Charlie is going to go to the target spot. In a black Chevy pick up, pick up the target there and then when they leave the residence they're going to do a stop on the pickup. Radio: [00:02:54] I think they're going to take him away though before they do a stop on the highwya. Noah (DEA): [00:03:01] Alright, 10-4. Rusty: [00:03:01] How far away from Epping? Noah (DEA): [00:03:06] We're only two minutes away. Radio: [00:03:20] (inaudible). Rusty: [00:03:31] Where's your house? Noah (DEA): [00:03:32] Oh, Londonderry. I'm just south of the office about ten minutes. Rusty: [00:03:36] Is it expensive around there. Noah (DEA): [00:03:39] The taxes are high the properties a little cheaper than what I'm used but yeah they really get you with the taxes. Noah (DEA): [00:03:53] ALright so We'll go to this house here the CS is going to arrive in a black pickup. Pick up the target. Targets and get into black pickup and they going to drive. Our guys are going to do a car stop on the black pickup. Noah (DEA): [00:04:11] They're going to make a deal first right? Rusty: [00:04:11] And they'll just make the deal in the car. Is there like a hat signal or something. Or is a deal already made. Noah (DEA): [00:04:21] I'm not sure. Radio: [00:04:30] (radio traffic) Durrell Offcam: [00:04:34] Do you know what this deal is going to be for? Rusty: [00:04:40] Heroin and pills right? Noah (DEA): [00:04:48] I think it's both. Radio: [00:04:48] Well we're rolling right now we're picking up the target, CI's pikcing up the target right now. Rusty: [00:04:51] Going to get some action. Finally. Noah (DEA): [00:05:04] We're heading out to the... Noah (DEA): [00:05:09] And. You guys up. Noah (DEA): [00:05:20] Okay we're. Going to be heading over to. The 549 Calif address just try to put down in the. Vicinity. Stay out of you guys way. Rusty: [00:08:09] She's picking him up at the residence. Noah (DEA): [00:08:11] The CS is picking up the bad guy. Rusty: [00:08:13] At. 549? Noah (DEA): [00:08:15] Uh no. The CS is picking up the bad guy. Right now. He's bringing the bad guy to this house and they're going to buy pills from this house right here and then right when they come out they're going to do a search warrant to stop the car and then go back to the house. Noah (DEA): [00:09:09] We left your car to sheriffs office right? Durrell Offcam: [00:09:19] Yeah. So is it this black driveway or is the house a little bit into the trees to the left? Noah (DEA): [00:09:21] It's down there. Durrell Offcam: [00:09:21] DOwn there. Clip 00036 [group gathered to prepare for raid] Agent W/ Skull On T-shirt: [00:00:00] Me. I'm upside down. OK so this is 125 northbound going this way. All. This is that log cabin. Alright? The house which is I'll have to zoom in to. Noah (DEA): [00:00:13] It's two driveways after, right? Agent W/ Skull On T-shirt: [00:00:14] It's two driveways after. [00:00:19] Is this one. On the left. Agent W/ Skull On T-shirt: [00:00:23] OK so you're going to say you're going to go north. You going to go pass the cabins right here there's a driveway that goes to this trailer right here. This is the next driveway that goes in it's a big horse shoe. This is what we're hitting right here. He has some people allegedly living in this camper out back over here. I don't know what it's like an old Church too. [00:00:45] It's All the same property though so we can clear those people, right? Agent W/ Skull On T-shirt: [00:00:52] Yep are just losing and it's just so clever saying to get out of the way. Noah (DEA): [00:00:58] Do you want us to clear this trailer? [00:01:00] If you guys want to help out and clear that trailer that's huge, that'd be awesome. The shitty part is rolling in the front. There's only one way in, one way out. So we're going to go in there looking like a parade. [00:01:13] We've got to get those two guys in first. You know fly the colors so they know it's a police car in case shit hits the fan and then. He has. Gone. No knock. I mean it's we didn't get a knock, it it's a knock knock warrent so we got to get those guys. And that. Gets me. As far as we know. This guy. His name is Richie and then. This other guy named Ronnie should be the only two who actually live there. [00:01:44] Scary. Everybody's scared of this dude, legit. Can't figure it out. [00:01:54] The old man? Scared of the old man? [00:02:01] And then hopefully. I mean what can we do with Richard grab bringing the money in his pocket and shit or no? [00:02:09] Yeah you can search him. Grab the money on him. No we've got to get up. No he doesn't have it Richie Wolfe has it, this guy has it. I get them. (crosstalk) So I get that I need one guy to stay with. [00:02:49] So. When Cody gets back from dropping him off we got Rich and Lindsey. You guys are going to roll in the first. You try to stay right tight to try to get to the door as best as you can. The driveway's wicked long. You can't see it from the pictures but when you come in is it's a big circle so you're going to come in. You're going to go through a gate and then you see the big circle. Obviously it's the white trailer. That's right. It runs parallel with 125. But generally that is like a little set if stairs or a porch on the right hand side. You know get up that should be him and Richie usually sit and wait in there, sit and watch tv... from Paul and those guys the last time when he went through there was people living in the trailer or camper. And. Obviously I only have a search warrant for where Richie's been selling the pills every single time that he went in to the actual dwelling. But we don't want anybody behind us. So if there's anybody in there, make sure to get them up front [00:03:52] (crosstalk) We don't really see your brain until you suddenly guys get them. You guys want to take the shack in the trailer Ray and I look at them. Agent W/ Skull On T-shirt: [00:04:02] I mean they'll be they'll be a group you guys so the group and you guys can do whatever. Other than that mean anybody that the way we go in we can just stop in the right and work your way around get around get somebody. And I notice a door in the back. [00:04:16] Who's going through the door? [00:04:18] (crosstalk) I. Think Lindsay and I go to the door Lindsay on the docket. You guys will take me in my back around to the back. Lindsay. [00:04:27] Lindsay will go from. Agent W/ Skull On T-shirt: [00:04:56] If we do and you can you know if you do one at a time and then do the second one with the time just so we can get out of the super fast if you do two of them. I know it sucks but do two of them so I can rip one of them yellow pages off and leave that with the return so I don't have to come back tonight. ANd drop all that... and then I'll type the second one formal for a return. [00:05:16] And I don't know if I have one but I might have a carbon copy. [00:05:20] (crosstalk) You got one or two just to get a break. [00:05:24] Once we get unsecured, we'll slow down. and see who's got what [00:05:30] So we're just waiting on Richie. Richie went to drop off. Agent W/ Skull On T-shirt: [00:05:36] Our CI. As soon as he gets back he'll get back in his crusier and we can roll up. [00:05:40] Same place where we just came from. Clip 00044 [chat w/ local Sheriff outside bust] Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:00:00] ...Identifying all the stuff. Noah (DEA): [00:00:03] Taking pictures of it. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:00:04] The evidence while they put in. Once they identify that it's something significant. They'll mark it, and number, yellow tag and then they'll photograph it and then collect it. And they'll document a list, a receipt. Noah (DEA): [00:00:18] Right. To give to him. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:00:21] So far he's been. Cooperative. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:00:24] Yeah, he gave consent for this. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:00:26] Yes, he gave consent for the barn. There was a question there was a gentleman living in the end room. just to be safe we asked if we could search that. They gave consent for that, consent for the barn and these people here at this point unrelated, they gave us consent. Durrell (off Camera): [00:00:49] Do you have an estimate for how often you are you having to search or get a warrent for residents with either heroin, oxy or fentanyl. Is there an average. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:01:02] It comes in spurts. This is probably so far this year, this is probably our ten or twelfth search warrent that we've actually had to do on a residence. We've done, think we're up to six or seven search warrants for vehicle, for vehicles you know done on motor vehicle stops. something's array with the vehicle or we find something and we secure the car and get a search warrant and particular car. We did a an operation near 95 in Seebrook. Saw cars meeting, people meeting followed them down into Massachusetts and came back up into New Hampshire and when they got back into New Hampshire. We knew they had picked up and we took six. Sixty six grams of Heroin which is six fingers. Basically the size of your finger. Six of those. Three individuals. And that was we did. Search warrant on two cars, there were two cars involved with that. So we're uh, pretty busy. Durrell (off Camera): [00:02:11] How long have you worked in this unit, this department? Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:02:13] This department I've been here 6 years. I've been a cop, I've been in law enforcemeent 31 years. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:02:21] Have you have you always been in New Hampshire. [00:02:24] Always New Hampshire. [00:02:25] Has it always been heroin heroin and. Oxy. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:02:27] No, well like I came on in 86. 1987. So. I went through the whole crack. Noah (DEA): [00:02:36] Yeah, you've Seen all the crises. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:02:38] The crack yeah. All the way through. We've seen the heroin come up. Noah (DEA): [00:02:40] This is the newest one. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:02:41] Yeah, this is, this makes the crack epidemic look pale. Durrell (off Camera): [00:02:48] How So? Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:02:50] People. People are actually dying over this. And it's hit up here. You know. [00:02:57] Back when the crack hit. You knew of people, there were few people in the community that were addicted. And you kind of knew who those people were. Cause it's a small. Small. Community. But with heroin. It's rampant. So much of it going on. Just so many people are passing away by it. Just trying to stay. Try to keep up with it at the very least. [29.4] They. Noah (DEA): [00:03:30] And [00:03:31] this is this is significant even if there is not an ounce of fentanyl inside of the residence, we know from our experience that he's got these users, they start with oxys. They move to heroin. And they're dealers in heroin. That profit margins are higher with fentanyl so whether they know it or they don't. Then they move to fentanyl and then they overdose and they die. So this is very significant hit that. This guy's been supplying oxys which certainly 1000% leads to heroin addiction which. Unbeknownst to them will get into fentanyl eventually. That's what we're seeing all overdosing with. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:04:07] Eventually he's going to stop dealing drug--pills. All those people that are getting pills from him will have to do something. Will have to go somewhere. And then heroin will be the next step. And some of the people even in this case that are connected with this case. They're doing both. Whatever they can get their hands on. Any opiate [55.7] Noah (DEA): [00:04:26] Whatever opiate it is, they're going to go. Durrell (off Camera): [00:04:30] Could you remind me, what's your name? Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:04:35] Scott Pelter [spelling?] Durrell (off Camera): [00:04:39] Thank you. Clip 00055 [Sheriff showing collection of pill bottles] Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:00:03] What's up you know I didn't see it. Yeah but I didn't see that, I found that from. (pulling items out of paper bag) Day. One. What's up. It's a big thing. [00:00:27] Somebody come to me. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:00:37] Right next to the TV that the little kid was watching. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:00:47] So in with the receipts and the gun and everything. (shots of pill bottles in plastic bags) In the same safe. And the pills. And he's got he's got another bag of this in his uh closet. All empties. Bigger than that. I Offscreen Voice: [00:01:05] That thing of percocets matches the pervs that we've been buying off of him was a script from the other guy. He had them locked in his safe but it's for Ronnie Mando (?). From 2014. Offscreen Voice: [00:01:19] So he was hoarding all of Ronnie's pills probably not giving them his medication even. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:01:22] Did you grab them too. Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:01:23] They're in the other box. Offscreen Voice: [00:01:23] The Blue ones are? Sheriff W/ UnderArmour Hat: [00:01:26] Yeah, did you grab them. Offscreen Voice: [00:01:28] I did not. Are they still another one on his bed. If they are then I'll grab them. Offscreen Voice: [00:01:35] The ones I was talking about, was there a blue thing full of percs in here somewhere. We counted them, start counting like 60 something. Offscreen Voice: [00:01:42] Well this has got to percs in it. Well that's oxycodone. Ronnie. Leslie Brown. Offscreen Voice: [00:01:50] Yeah Leslie Browne's the girl that was in the front seat of the van that day when we came back for the Offscreen Voice: [00:01:57] That's got clonazipan so she must have sold it to them. Offscreen Voice: [00:02:03] Do those say oxy... can we just turn that towards me so I can actually see. Offscreen Voice: [00:02:17] 90. Offscreen Voice: [00:02:22] 90 pills. Durrell (offscreen): [00:02:27] You know in general, most of these are his prescription? Offscreen Voice: [00:02:31] No no. Leslie Brown, one of the guys that lives in the house that he had walked in. They're not his. Offscreen Voice: [00:02:39] Flonazipan Offscreen Voice: [00:02:45] Those are his own. Offscreen Voice: [00:02:47] 252 methadone pills that he had locked in a safe with all the guns outside. Offscreen Voice: [00:03:08] Richard Ronald so he's got his brothers mixed in with this. Richard Richard. And one's stripped out -- no name at all.
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INT BROLL HOUSE ENERGY & COMMERCE GM RECALL HEARING HOUSE ENERGY AND COMMERCE HEARING 4/1/14 (CSPAN SWITCHED FEED, x 80) NHTSA Acting Administrator David Friedman Mary Barra, GM CEO 13:50:22 empty room 14:02:57 walk in barra 14:04:02 TIM MURPHY, chair, As soon as rolled of customers told GM that just by pumping knee it would shut off 14:04:20 great shot of cameras trained on Barra*** 14:04:42 just a year later GM told Delphi told them to change switch so it wouldn't turn off..NHTSA was also evaluating concerns with the cobult. But they only looked at airbag non deployment 14:05:32 Spike in warranty claims in Cobalt crashes.NTSA decided NOT to investigate..and also in 2010. 14:05:53 Pan from dias over to Barra**** GREAT SHOT 14:06:08 Not until 2013 14:06:26 Did not happen. Why didn't they put the pieces together. Why didn't anyone ask the questions. 14:06:50 Why did GM keep the old part number? Did they consider how faulty switch would interface with airbags? Why did.memo about size of keychains would solve the problems..why make link.did anyone ask why 14:07:21 Barra, head on listening 14:07:30 Does GM have problem communicate.What we have here is a failure to communicate and the failures were deadly 14:07:47 fix the culture. This is about restoring public trust. Could be prevented.hope and expectation wont hear blame game.All brilliant.People don't care that you know, they know that you care. 14:08:19 Bi partisan. 14:08:34 Ranking.Michael Burgess Dianna DeGette 14:10:32 holds up = switch that cost pennies TIGHT AND WIDE 14:10:44 they were warned again and again and did nothing 14:10:58 if you had a heavy key chain like my mom key chain// could cause it to shear right off 14:11:11 defective from the start 14:11:41 in 2003 the owner of a Saturn ion with 343 made a warranty report that she bumoped the key .130 claims over the decade. Never informed the public or told regulators 14:12:17 put into the record 14:12:22 initially GM opened investigations that concluded the switch was bad, didn't meet.. 14:12:42 GREAT SHOT, push in to Barra with stills around** **14:12:57 cost was only 57 cents 14:13:28 these are the keys of a staff member.there is a long insert. They were supposed to go in the middle and create a hole so keys wouldn't go back and forth. Unfortunately GM never made this public 14:14:01 GM knew it. They quietly redesigned the switch but didn't change part number. They did it knowing the new switch didn't meet specs. Put more bad cars on the road. 14:14:37 Between 2003- 2014 GM knew from investigations, law suits, etc. but time and time again GM did nothing knowing the cars were unsafe 14:15:02 I know we have families.we want to get to bottom of this be sure it doesn't happen again. Thank Mara for coming. New to company. Committed to fix this. We have a lot of questions. 14:15:29 UPTON- Zero margin for error. 14:17:39 todays hearing is personal for me bc I come from mich, the auto state, the auto cap of the world 14:17:54 both NHTSA and GM have probs with ign switches and airbags. 14:19:28 Dingell..identify the problem 14:19:37 Blackburn- owe this hearing to the public, GM customers, 12 people that lost their lives.see what the roles of GM were and figure out who is at fault. Who knew what when. Miss Barra that includes you. what did you know when you took the helm of GM 14:20:15 In my district the Saturn Ion was recalled, important to my constituents.Thanks you for being here. 14:20:38 Barra- head on listening 14:20:44 Waxman- have a sad déjà vu/ part of the comte with tires, each time heard about how others knew about the fix and how federal officials missed signals that should have alerted them.here we are today. 14:21:23 over the last month full dimensions have unfolded. GM .dozens of crashes. 14:21:48 I know fams of some of the fams are in the audience. We owe it to them to find out what happened. The facts that we know are hard to believe. Gm has known for years and failed to take action to fix the problem. 14:22:23 resulted in a non public solution, fix for fewer than 500 drivers. 14:23:01 barra side shot, cameras around** 14:23:20 bc GM didn't institute a simple fix at least 12 people have died 14:23:32 GM still has failed to own up to potential problems. Modified for later model cars 14:23:48 Adelphi said the 2008-2011 switches still didn't meet GM specs.GM finally announced recall last fri but told public it was bc of bad parts during repairs, not bc of original parts 14:24:32 Agency missed red flags. But handicap bc a lot of info that GM knew that they didn't share. 14:24:49 need to be sure NHTSA and public have same info as auto execs MARY BARRA- CEO 14:26:52 Do you sear that the testimony.. 14:27:11 Statement 14:27:38 I cannot tell you why it took so long but we will find out 14:27:46 it is an extra situation. Vehicles we no longer make but I can on watch..transparent 14:28:03 cannot turn back the clock. Soon as I learned about the prob acted on it 14:28:15 we will not shirk from our respons now or in the future. Todays GM will do the right thing ***** 14:29:03 the facts will be the facts. Be sure that this does not happen again. Fully accountable. 14:29:25 identify and resolve any and all safety issues. I stand with him and senior leadership team stands with him as well 14:29:42 Murphy cu 14:29:48 latest rounds of recalls demonstrates how serious we are at todays gm. Identifies issue, brough forward and fix them. Work with one thing in mind. Customer and safety. 14:30:16 wide rear shot** 14:30:39 customer call centers, dealers, 14:32:25 technical center..heart of GM. Met and it was a tough meeting. Disappointed and upset. They had same questions 14:32:44 cu committee 14:32:48 want to make GM better 14:32:54 what we plan to do about those. We have retained Kenneth Feinberg for compensation.*** 14:33:23 expertise and objectivity to this effort 14:33:30 extraordinary event and responding in a extr way- civil and legal responsible ways. How to balance those in a respon manner QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 14:34:19 Murphy- as soon as hit the road lose steering and breaks 14:34:44 when first GM knew, correct? Yes. 14:34:53 Is it common practice for GM to allow parts to not meet GM specs? /// NO. But different between specs for steel and defect.material that doesn't meet spec but it acceptable.. 14:35:48 Is switch acceptable? At the beginning? // As we know today, it is not. 14:36:06 So in 2008 changes switch, right?// 14:36:28 turn to tab 25, e mail exchange. E mail notes.. cobalt is blowing up in their face. if this was a big prob why didn't they replace switch with cars already on the road. 14:37:16 Barra- doesn't match 14:37:22 Lot of statements made. That is why hired DeLuca. 14:37:32 You don't know why not replaced? // Don't know why// Why not identified as issue?// Don't know that is why we are investigating. 14:38:05 Did company investigate?// That is why they are investigating.// Should they?// yes 14:38:29 How about the cost being too high// Find that statement to be very disturbing. If that was the reason the decision was made that is unacceptable. That is not how we do biz at GM. 14:39:11 In general we have moved from a cost to a customer culture. Customer first. Core values, one of the most important issues. 14:39:35 DeGette 14:39:50 Knew about defect before . Is that correct? Yes or no will work. You don't know about that? 14:40:35 you don't know how long GM knew about this.// that is why we are doing the investigation// the specs is correct.// and these were between 4 and 10, correct? / GM was notified by Delphi by this. 14:41:18 we need a yes or no, I only have 5 minutes, I am sorry. 14:41:56 And btw ma'am.cuts off Barra. 14:42:10 Back and forth with DeGette. 14:44:24 camera on barra.is that correct 14:44:30 3 recalls were made this year. 14:44:46 gm is intending to replace , right?/ new design or old switch?/ old design/ 14:45:22 You are saying on going investigation..are you getting updates? Yes I am 14:45:36 Upton- 14:46:01 dox we looked at show gm had issues for 2 years that had redesign in 2006 14:46:17 who in GM would know about complaints?// Don't know that// Don't know who would have been handling the issue//What is supposed to happen 14:46:44 When you have a safety issue you have a team of engineers that work on that..have a cross functional team and then goes for a decision 14:47:08 Redesigned bc it doesn't meet specs, right? // Upton, engineering 101, new part should have a diff number// Correct// Did not happen// Correct// who made the decision to move forward w.o new part number// Will have name?// Yes.// Likely that same person decided not to recal the defective // Don't know. Part of investigation. 14:50:24 What is the timeline?// Very much want to know but we are doing an investigation that spanned over a decade. 14:50:44 When did GM inform NHTSA redesigned 14:51:03 Waxman didbnt recall until a month later..// company looking. 14:55:50 Waxman- later model car awith switch..recall implies I don't have to do anything but car miught have a sub par switch.// we are recalling all of those parts 14:56:24 all vehicles being recalled 14:56:29 Waxman- I know you are taking job at bad time to clean up mess. How can GM assure customers that new switches will meet requirements? 14:57:00 Barra- testing,e tc. 14:57:30 Saw this for the first time a day ago 14:57:44 Blackburn- todays GM. You are going to run it in a different way than in the past. Making some changes. Timeline. This is the first investigation we are going to do. 14:59:58 Do you think it was a cover up or sloppy work?.. Waiting for info 15:00:10 anything to do with auto bailout? 15:00:31 have you brought engineers into the process? 15:01:25 Did you say defective part? // Points that suggest that. Why doing investigation. Going to hear from more than one of us about not having new part number. 15:02:13 does that seem inconceivable to you/ Yes, inconcei, not our process and unacceptable. 15:02:54 SIDE SHOT COMTE. 15:03:00 DINGELL*** 15:03:07 begin by telling families they have our sympathies. Tragic indeed. Condolences of family. Now it is incumbent upon Congress to determine how happened and take steps to see how could have happened. 15:04:19 is it correct GM recalled 2.5 million small parts/Yes// Is it correct expanded recall of small cars bc maybe on / Yes/ Correct that switch was developed in 1990s and approved in 2002?/ Yes./ Correct that GM own designs ..torque to move switch// Yes. 15:05:26 Miss Barra is it correct approved production of switch despite test results.. showing didn't meet torque requirements// not clear to me 15:05:57 Correct redesign of switch//Yes// 15:06:06 Is it correct that the torque requirement was the same// Not clear to me. 15:06:30 Did redesign switch meet requirements// ?/ Did redesign meet torque requirements// Yes 15:06- 15:10 STOPPED LOGGING>>> 15:10:48 Barton- you are the CEO but you were the vp for product development 15:11:13 Barra- We will not accept parts that don't meet our performance safety durability requirements*** 15:13:39 if we find we have a part that is defective we do a recall 15:13:48 Barton- not an acceptable answer to the American people. we are not telling you what specs to set but there shouldn't be a part used in any auto product that doesn't meet the specifications. 15:14:20 At one level was the decision made to over ride. // Part of our investigation to answer that question. 15:14:47 Braley// Staring on photos on back wall.men same age as sons, my son owns one of the cobalt.photo of my father in age 18 in dress blues.the focus of this hearing is on GM commitment to safety.. 15:16:21 20 years ago an iowa family gave me this promo screw set .slogan..safety comes first at GM*** so my question for you is what has changed at GM? What has changed at GM 15:17:05 The way that we are working now. The decision making, leading by example.In addition to when technical community makes decision we will review it to see if more to do 15:17:35 Isnt core value that safety always comes first?// Never seen that// 15:17:53 Barra- todays GM focused on safety. 15:18:32 reads from NYT-problem known about for a decade led to 12 deaths. 15:19:18 agree this is a grave crisis// took way too long, not acceptable. That is why we are taking changes.we will continue to make process and people changes as we get results of investigation. Take all recommendations and will make changes. 15:19:56 Article added to record. 15:20:04 Blackburn- submit new core values 15:20:31 Burgess- why did GM embark on small car program 10 years ago?// To have complete portfolio.//New biz line? // The cobalt was following a previous small car. All new program. // Because of the CAFÉ standards?// Cant answer that, wasn't in decision making at that point. 15:23:27 side shot committee**** 15:24:19 people evaluating this must ask why no airbag went off. Would that be a logical question for airbag to deploy. Barra- Tragic situation. See it as a tragedy and we have apologized. I find it unacceptable that anyone.we will take action. Have made process changes. Will fix the process. World class. 15:25:34 Should be a red flag, air bag non deployments 15:26:22 Barra- tragic situation. Any time there is a loss of life in a traffic situation.will make whatever info we have available. Schakowsky 15:27:00 these deaths were needless. So I want to ask about something more than an apology. How will GM today deal with accidents bf GM bankruptcy.New GM may not be liable for accidents that occurred bf July 2009. Is that your understanding 15:27:45 we want to do the right thing for our customers. Took too long to get to answers. That is why we hired Mr Feinberg. He will bring expertise..have civic and legal responsibilities*** 15:28:19 indicates GM will give settlement with families with lost ones lost their lives 15:28:32 just begun to wotk with him, first meeting Friday. Take 30-60 days to evaluate. Not made any decisions. Just started . 15:29:00 S- during the restructuring did GM discuss? 15:29:11 I wasn't aware of this issue but our investigation will cover.not known at senior leadership of the co. GOOD BACK AND FORTH// 15:29:28 Does GM accept responsibilities. 15:29:36 B: tragic, apologize, 15:29:42 talking about respon and liability 15:29:48 do you take responsibility? Is the new GM responsible? 15:29:58 B: we will make best decisions for our customers..legal and moral responsibiltieis 15:30:12 do right thing for customers. 15:30:54 underwhelmed by safety officer 15:31:24 will take action.. take serious steps and hold people accountable 15:31:36 so no one has lost their job as a result of knowledge about defective part 15:31:47 few weeks in and process changes and will look at implications and take approp steps. 15:32:20 Gingrey- Brook lived in my district.brought to light what is going on now 15:33:21 kliled on her 29th bd..horrific accident.day before her death she took the cobalt in for service and customer states shut off while driving, please check***** 15:34:22 not included bc side impact// included in GM count, yes or no? // no. 15:35:38 whether head on or side for same reason and she is dead..i don't understand why gm doesn't include the non deployment of airbags.can you explain that to us 15:36:00 all accidents are very tragic and deeply sorry for those. 15:36:20 do you plan to investigate// 15:36:48 to what extent do you involve service technicians.how do you make sure dealerships and service depts. are making sure getting info//will communicate info. 15:37:39 What are drivers supposed to do in meantime. If you have the key with the ring.we are making loaners or rentals available.13000 customers in rentals or loaners now. 15:38:11 if take key off ring safe to drive? We believe it is safe based on our testing. Tonko//Barra 15:41:50 Barra- systemically gone across the company and are making changes..most detailed we have every provided..conducting an investigation with mr. 15:42:28 leadership at the top, how make decisions, how focus on customer.culture change doesn't happen in a year or two. Dedicated to it and want to have safest vehicles on the road. 15:43:29 we will share the appropriate information. We will commit that we will share what is appropriate.// No commitment to share the full report? Will share appro// Hear the answer. Scalise 15:44:18 pan audience to Barra, no cameras around her 15:45:30 Barra- I was aware on Jan 31 of this year. 15:45:45 When was this found out within GM. 15:46:18 holds up dox= has anyone at GM taken this employee when you signed off on this why didn you change the part number and why did you approve the change and not recall? 15:46:53 you are under oath- have any of you all asked him the questions? 15:47:40 you talk about a new culture. Has anyone been held accountable? 15:47:54 just learned about it in jan// redesigned in 2006// 15:48:29 head on wide wide** 15:48:37 are you aware of whether or not GM has met timeliness. That would be a violation of federal law. // aware of findings from mr. volukas today// 15:49:18 there were points in time where one part had info not shared with other sides.didn't understand info would be valuable to another party. Already made changes to structure so that wont happen again. Green 15:50:02 congrats on being the ceo of gm.been a customer of gm.lists all the cars he has from gm. 15:51:14 I thot of my wife's key ring. It has everything on the world on it.. 15:53:41 when someone died in chemical accident. what didn't they do that caused people to die. GM greater company than to do that. 15:54:11 you need to fix it but you need to fix it as quickly as you can (OFF CAMERA DAMIT-maybe somewhere on cam) 15:54:44 wish you would send a note to me. 15:54:53 wide side comte** Griffith 15:55:09 breach of protocol?/ Not acceptable reason to do that.// A reason might be that harder to track prob with old part when you have new part put in place// Yes// 15:55:40 While you don't know name do you know job title to make decision not to put new part. Within engineering dept.// In your dept// since 2011. 15:56:27 trail lawyer savvy..sharp people at GM do you not?// Why didn't your team of engineers figure it out that airbags wont f properly 15:56:53 congressman, answers I want too. Hold people accountable. Taken way too long 15:57:05 what kind of liability..legal and moral. 15:57:14 side wide** 15:57:22 it would have been easier to do it in bankruptcy. 15:57:30 best thing in the world is as soon as find a prob we fix it and it gets fixed and doesn't create any tragedies 15:57:50 initial convos with Feinberg. 30-60 days. //Anyone given best or worst case scenarios? //In public but none given to me. 15:58:22 would have affected a bailout or prior to that the people keeping GM afloat. Have the potential to dissuade from giving cash to GM 15:58:50 as soon as we fix the liabilities are contained. As we look at probs we wanna fix as soon as we can. If safety issue will make change 15:59:09 in real world of bus harder to get money if new source of liability//depends on situation.. 15:59:42 Severity three- what does that mean?// Don't know 16:00:16 Chair: did GM wilfully negotiate during bankruptcy did they purposely with hold any info about pending lawsuits about cobalt? // I personally didn't withhold any info.. 16:00:54 Welch: Got to thank GM for doing the impossible. Got dems and repubs working together 16:01:30 Known to me in Jan 2014. // Totally irrelevant to the people who lost their lives// Thot you meant when did I know// Changed switch in 2006. 16:02:06 Hope to get those answers. // Starting point. Someone decided to change a critical part of the car bn 2006 and 2007. If you acted on this aggressively how many cars would you have to recall. //Give me an estimate// Talk to your back row// 1.2 million// Cut in half, maybe more. 16:03:12 What would have been cost to GM if done recall in 2007. 1.8 vehicles, something less than 100 million.// Cost of recall now being done 8 years later// Can provide the info// Want people to be able to hear this// Decision delay is money and lives at risk. Ball park. 16:04:08 if we had acted at that point, smaller population. I don't understand your question. 16:04:21 if I were on the board of directors and I had a co that could have acted 8 years ago but by not acting, increased in magnitufe, damage to bottom line, reputation to company, harm to citizens 16:04:58 would have been substantially less at that time frame than it will be now 16:05:24 Settlements confidential by both parties// This is not good, you are the company now 16:05:45 do you believe that when a co has been sued on product safety do you think the co that settles should be able to keep secret what that settlement was about 16:06:09 every settlement is unique. No comment. This one is unique. 16:06:26 if a company settles and pays a lot of money to pay settlement for death should they be able to keep secret from govt agency that is supposed to keep safe 16:06:50 so if you don't have to do it, you wont do it. Make assumption both parties agree to it, what I was told. Long 16:07:10 side wide** 16:07:25 cu families and photos** 16:11:21 how many models, how many ignition switches are made?// don't know// Yarmuth 16:13:16 cu families and push into them.they look bored 16:13:33 aware of any other ignition problems that have been discovered?/ Not reviewed everything. In this case took way too long. 16:14:14 how decide push button or key? What are differences in terms of safety// We evaluate, the push button start evaluate across the portfolio. Want experts to provide that info. Both can be designed to be safe. It is a function, a lighter when they have pushbutton start. 16:18:39 Harper- we do not trust the company right now 16:19:36 when people talk to piece part it is just the switch?// didn't write the note but generallythat is what the e mail means 16:19:54 the e mail says increase of 90 cents// since warranty offset was 10-15 cents they didn't make the change// that is not something I find acceptable. This analysis is inappropriate// I appreciate this is nto appropriate but this is what happened here// we will take action, not the behavior we want. 16:20:41 want to make sure that this never happens to anyone else again. Lorrie Queen, who was she?// Vehicle line 16:21:06 how does cost factor into safety/ THEY DON'T 16:21:39 it hasn't been this way before but the way ti is now. // More of a cost culture before but now focus on safety and quality 16:22:10 When GM filed bankruptcy in 2009. the fact that GM going thru many years of financial issues did that impact how this was categorized?// Cant answered that issue. Will . 16:23:05 I would like to see other traffic deaths or injuries but was not part of this total. Castor 16:23:38 lists people who died. 16:26:39 we will put all the pieces together of incidents and make the process changes.//is a repair cost of 57 cents too costly.// If we are making the decision on safety we don't look at cost. We make the change. 16:27:41 reading from nyt piece.inadvertently bumping the key while running.baffling that gm knew about it a decade ago and told no big deal.when your engine cuts off would you consider this a safety issue?// Ah, yes.// Not aware til 2013.// At time NYT wrote report what was your position?// In 2005 I was in manuf . //equipment that we use to built cars/ Big news paper writes it? not aware?// No, didn't know. Didn't know it was an issue with Cobalt. Terry 16:30:50 what is the difference bn non compliance and a defect./Broad question/ Depends on the specific situation/ Regarding ignition switch/ My understanding is it is a term used for standards versus when we feel it is a defect. DeGette 16:33:08 thinking about the new switches but you are saying will meet the highest safety standards// Going thru extensive validation testing// Tab 53 says minimum torque must be 15 n-cm. is that the standard then?// yes// 16:34:05 wide head on DeGette talking 16:34:11 this comte had experienced with Feinberg.did BP investigation. Did fund after marathon.But want to make sure when you hire him is really doing something. He is hired to sort out value of people's claims and assign money. I assume GM is doing that..Willing to put together some sort of compensation fund? Is that why you hired him? 16:35:06 So no money involved in this? // Just hired him no money involved// Hired, announced today, but no money to compensate people/ Will determine what the right course of action is// Havent made any decisions on that yet. General Motors Ignition Switch Recall General Motors CEO Mary Barra and David Friedman, acting administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, testified at a hearing on the automaker's ignition switch recall.The defect was linked to at least a dozen deaths. · Barra, Mary Chief Executive Officer General Motors · Friedman, David J. Administrator Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
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